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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... english. "You have change"? She wonders. "No". "Maybe taxi has change. You ask when he get here." "What do we do if he doesn't," I inquire. She looks at me and shrugs her shoulders so deep she looks like a turtle, "I don't know". Well, you better figure it out! It's not my problem that someone used my deposit for their petty change. We aren't even out of American and people are already trying to rob me. The taxi driver arrives with change and my American rage ...
... chose today to stop working. Of course it did.
After our elongated naps, we headed to a nearby town for dinner at Tropical Sushi, which had been recommended to us as a great bargain for all-you-can-eat sushi, run by a real Japanese ex-pat. But because of the storm and the off-season, we were the sole patrons, and the chef was obviously annoyed at our presence. So there's that. But we took our sushi-filled bellies back to our suite, and planned a lovely late evening of ...
... have days like this travelling but such is life, onwards to the next adventure.
Before heading off to bed we had a few beers, ate some tasty food including Salchipapas which is the best hung over food around. It’s effectively a plate of chips with deep fried hotdog pieces cut up and mixed together. I was in heaven.
We have now booked our flight to Columbia ...
... now. Now we are off to find some coffee... After coffee we all met down by the pool area where we encountered a family of squirrel monkeys. The would come up to us and touch our hands and let us pet them (briefly). They were the cutest of all three of the species. Our apartment manager Chuck told us that it was a rare occasion to see all three species of monkeys in one day. We had breakfast at Emilios. The view was spectacular of the entire ...
... Y/s1600/P1000239.JPG" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" height="240" width="320" src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-XCRglVfB qPw/UwLkrwDrUTI/AAAAAAAAA9c/6H5ZfnT4ZmY /s1600/P1000239.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> And we make it about 50 feet. And then 50 feet more. And again. Each stop is a lecture and photo op, with spiders in their webs, bats hanging on tree trunks or the underside of limbs, macaws, sloths, and spider ...