Cascadas Farallas Waterfall Villas
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... the beach. it was crowded today and there was hardly no surfer. I was looking for sea shell but I found no shell along the beach at all. I decided to go back home after couple hours there.
When I got home I took a shower then made myself a coffee and decided to make Chicken Rice Soup.While I was waiting I decided to sunbathed ...
... mahi mahi with rice and grilled vegetables. The waiter recommended the passionfruit sauce which I duly agreed to. Total was C$ 10,300 / NZ $ 25.20 / US $20.89.
Comedy with the solo grass hopper who ...
... the young guy held down the fort, later waking the sleeping lads up to go grab a beer at about 10:30. We arrived at the bar, the old ***** just still waking up, the young guy starting to crash, and we started into the beer. Once starting into the beer, the so called old ***** out drank the young fellow just falling asleep. Following the cards came a little bit of darts, marveling at how the women can dance down here, followed by handing out some ...
... the conclusion of an early morning walk and photo session around the nearby property, breakfast is served buffet style. Beans and rice, scrambled eggs, toast and coffee seem to be crowd favorites. Each meal so far at Baru has been preceded with an order for the next meal.
A bit of free time precedes our zip line tour. Many flock to the beautiful pool, while others take this time to communicate with loved one and further explore the resort. There is a butterfly ...
... hill which was already atop one of the highest points of the small and leafy Manuel Antonio region, with a startlingly beautiful view over Manuel Antonio National Park which hugs the Pacific Coast, soooo idyllic! Hats off to Steffy again for picking yet another gem of a place for us to stay!
The condo itself was a little run down and we spent quite a lot of our sitting-and-doing-bugger-all time discussing what we'd do to the place if it was ours! We were ...