Airport Hotel Rio Segundo
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Travel Blogs from Rio Segundo
... to get anywhere, no deadlines. Life takes its natural pace. I've been here 8 days but it truly feels as if I have been here a month.
It is hard to believe all that I have experienced, the people I have met and the adventures I've been on in such a short time. Surfing, Yoga, Hiking, Cycling, Walking, enjoying food and drinks with friends, BBQ's, Walks to the Market, Boat Tours. All without planning, looking at a watch ...
... station to do a snake survey. I was thrilled to be able to go out with them both nights, wandering the forest at dark and finding some very cool critters, like the ringed slugeater snake, the casque-headed lizard, a cicada emerging from its exoskeleton, and the winner: an aggressive female terciopelo, striking and spitting venom at the snake stick. Being that the guys were experienced snake handlers and kept the tercio’s mouth at a safe distance ...
... hostel friends from germany and switzerland and we have something like, chicken stuffed with cheese and bacon and mango juice with rum. While were eating a band sets up in the street near where we are sitting, well, really 5 bands set up in the street and all played different music at the same time. We danced and drank rum and coke in the street until midnight under the lowhanging fireworks in the central strip ...
... it walk and it wasn’t going anywhere. So another of the guides took the reins from me and led the horse for our 20 minute walk. It went well having someone else steering. But aren’t horses just weird?
KK: Our lovely guide Juan Carlos assured me LK had “tamed a wild stallion” – truth be told if it wasn’t for him the day would have been a bit disappointing. Still no scarlet macaws or toucans but he did provide the vocabulary I ...
... At this point we barely had water left and the road back asked us to hike up 3/4 of Wayna Picchu. We did it, but it was painfully hard for all of us. We couldn’t see the end of the steep stairs. Finally we reached ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed