Casa Lucila Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... try. We were back to our car, at the nice house which was clearly not a hostel. As Menna rang the place, I looked at this house, which had a front terrace with an open door. Looking into the open door I saw a guy hanging out in his underwear, looking back at me. Oops. Seconds later, the underwear guy came outside, talking on the phone "...are you with a big bald dude?" Seems this was the place after all. And the ...
... is fronted by a row of fisherman’s huts. The scene looked amazing, similar to ones taken a long, long time ago of northwest native waterfront villages. Once ashore we couldn’t ignore making a comparison to Hitchcock’s movie “The Birds.” There were birds everywhere! They were in the sky, on the ground, in the water and in the trees. At this end of the island we saw mostly frigate birds. They are the ones where the males sport ...
Today, we decided to hire a guide, he drove a Pulmonia... picture will follow, he took us to the market (we asked about a great seafood places to eat for lunch) So he told us he would take us to the Seafood Market where we picked out our own Seafood, we bought tons of Huge Shrimp, and Langostino (Mini Lobsters) then he took us to a place called "El Chamuco Mariscos" where they took our food and cooked it ...
... spoke perfect English and was very friendly. We were shown some amazing red opals by a guys and the lady who owned the cafe, pretty reasonably priced it seems, though we had no money so couldn't buy anything anyway. We then headed to the beach for a quick swim (or paddle in my case,) then wandered back to the hotel to go out for dinner. It's been really nice to spend some time looking around and seeing a place rather than just finding a bed to sleep ...
... suited for cars & trucks than the narrow tires of our bikes. The softness of the dirt made it very difficult to peddle. After a km we spotted an open fence at a sewage treatment plant. Hoping to find access back to the paved road and a person to open gate for us at the road, we went for it. Two guys came out of a small building and told us to go back. Then, after a moment, they waved us forward. Soon we discovered we needed to haul our bikes up and down a ...