San Simian Eco Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... airport. Then we saw one of those dreaded signs, which essentially stated that if you are a cyclist and reading this, you have gone too far and have to go back. Why the sign isn't erected before you are riding illegally is a mystery. Unfortunately that meant pushing the bikes back towards a constant four-lane flow of fast moving traffic with no hard shoulder to speak of. This was probably the most dangerous 400m of the whole trip and we were mightily relieved when ...
... added appropriate ingredients. The best part, our little chocolate guide Ismael. He was super in to it and made us dance around the fire singing Mayan songs while roasting beans. The other best part, we got to eat a ton of fresh cacao and yummy chocolate!!! Just a quickie blog! The chocolate adventure just seemed like it deserved it's own ...
... our kayaks behind. Unfortunately, the water level was so low, as it is the end of the dry season, that the swamp was sealed off from the lake by mud flats. We had to get out of the speedboat into a metre of water on top of 40 cms of mud! I am not exaggerating.It was a horribly weird feeling sinking down up to the calves in very soft mud. Then we had to haul the kayaks about 400 metres to the swamp. It was worth doing as there were loads of birds including Limpkins and Tiger ...
... but nevertheless... It was the sort of hotel I would recommend people go out of their way for. 'Visit Con Corazon (that happens to be in Granada)'. Apart from the fact it’s a great place to stay - beautiful courtyard, nice swimming pool, lovely people, fab breakfasts etc. etc. - it’s also a non-profit organisation that gives everything back to the local community, investing all the profits in education. ...
... tell Guy which of his 1980’s sweaters are not OK to wear outside of the house and which people he meets are annoying and which ones are fun to have beers with, which is way more important than he realizes.
If it weren’t for me, Guy would think that most people are pretty normal and he would miss out on a lot. For example, after his first Spanish class, he claimed that the tank top wearing Danish student wasn’t hateful ...