Hotel Casa del Curato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... ring around with him, possibly because he couldn't swim. However, for all of the dead coral and gringo taxes the sea was a beautiful turquoise co lour filled with fish and the same temperature as a cooling bath tub, so we couldn't really complain. Back on the boat we got, turning back in the direction from where we just came qnd after 20 minutes finally found ourselves at the much talked about Playa Blanca. The sands were white and fine, the sea was turquoise and warm ...
... that our friends will be joining the next day and put together a shopping list and a general meal plan. We do a little shopping at the C Market next door...mostly a case of water and a few small items. After we got the bill we realize that we were shopping at the local version of 7-11...$30 for a case of water. After our shopping adventure we decide to check out the pool and try to cool off. It's still in the high 80s as we head to the pool. It starts ...
... good tanning in and being so hot (35 degrees) the water was very inviting and sooo relaxing to bob about in a calm clear sea. The only issue we did find was that the jet skis got quite close to the shoreline meaning you had to keep alert, slightly annoying when you want to swim out a bit deeper to try snorkel! We were quite gutted we didn't decide to stay on the beach in the end as suggested by another traveller. The beach was lined with ...
... one looks peaceful. After a quick pancake breakfast we decided to head out for a walk around some of the old towns 16km of original walls. We saw one of the forts built by the Spanish (only forts never to have been taken though many tried) and walked around that first. It was impressive, we didn't go inside because it's quite expensive. Walking back into old town we crossed some more of the wall on our way to the clock tower at the main gate. It's ...
... around the perimeter. Around the back there is a dirt path that follows close to the wall so we kept to the path. As the path came back around to the front we suddenly realised we had found a way into the fort without paying. We weren't really that interested in seeing inside so we did the honest thing and headed back out. It was now time for ice cream so we made our way back to the old town where we had passed a nice looking gelataria. When we ...