Casa Conde del Mar Hotel and Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Gulf of Papagayo
... and that was you have to visualize the picture. Its pretty ironic that I dropped that 4 hour class after two sessions but still retained a random important wisdom from it. Teachings come from many things and many angles but the only variable is your decision to receive them. I started making every kind of shot possible banks, rails, fulltable, even tried a couple of hop shots. We had a five game series that can only ...
... street and they brought us to Lola's on Sunday. They have two beautiful children and we played in the ocean and sand and it Felt nice to play with children for a bit.
We have been researching next locations and having a great time learning about different places we would like to go. Things are constantly changing with our plans and thats ok.
Hopefully more good pics and a story or two to come from Junquillal. ......
Day 52: Woke up feeling a small amount of fragileness and a big amount of tiredness! This was probably because I woke up at 6am! Stupid body clock. By 8:30 I gave up and went downstairs where me and Michaela cooked pancakes for breakfast. We got ready and went into town briefly before getting a taxi to Ocotal beach. It's bank holiday so it was fairly busy but not too bad. The wind though wonderfully cooling did however cover us painfully in sand in about 5 seconds though and ...
... the way….
Meantime for 3 solid days it rained non stop!
Our stay in Boquete at an end we again found ourselves
saying goodbye to Chris & Janet. They seemed a little unsure about their
next move which was originally to cross into Costa Rica border at the more
popular but busy crossing at Paso de Canoa, not the one we planned to take at
Sixaola in the north near the Caribbean coast. They were headed eventually for
Jaco on the ...
... nearby table and didn’t see anyone serving the tables. After about 10 minutes someone came over to take our order, then about another 15 minutes we got our drinks and food. The drinks were alright, nothing special. The food was uneatable!! We ordered chicken fingers – the only thing we could actually eat. The empanadas’ were all oil, the cheese sticks were bread like outer and a tiny amount of cheese inside. The hamburger was ...