Arenas Beach Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... loads of fun hitting Picnic Beach on other side of island where the water was very calm. Beautiful swimming beach.
While we were staying at Casa Canada, Ella and I took a stroll on a dirt lane that led to a cemetery and a beautiful beach. On our stroll we met Darvin, a local kid, and he helped us organize a beach clean up. Darvin, his friends, Ella, Enzo and myself collected 40 big bags of trash. I also got to talk to the ...
... they can get something out of you, but i need to know where I'm going so that I can get rid of them. Curiosity is not to be confused with adventurousness. Anabella is adventurous. I am not adventurous, I am scared of risk, but I do want to discover things, places and people - I am curious, and as you see by my thought train on the boat, a worrier.
Unfortunately sometimes you have to have adventure to satisfy curiosity, that's when I get confused about what to do. ...
... people we saw in arrival were a couple from Las Penitas, Jim and Sandra (they weren't young). We had dinner with them that night which was lovely.
After seeing the same resort for two further days in the rain we decided to sack it in and go to little Corn, a mere 30 minute speed boat away. The weather was better but this was just by chance.
Little Corn is more backpackers, it's ...
... trip. The best time to night dive is when there is no moon, this makes the water super dark, and we were lucky as this time on Little Corn there was tonnes of bio-luminescence in the water. This bio-luminecense are actually small plankton that spawn in these times. When stirred up they glow like small fireflies. So we get out to the dive site just before sunset, set up and jump in. We dropped down to about 20 meters and swam down one side of the coral wall and then bak again, in which ...
... this season, where it apparently rains every day, we saw blue skies, sun, and crystal clear sapphire blue Caribbean water. We could even see Big Corn Island in the distance. After soaking in the view and taking way too many pictures, we climbed down and continued our hike around the island, finding many "paths" indicated by hand painted wooden signs nailed on trees.
We walked through canopies of palm, mango, and almond trees, finding ...