CoCo View Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... home.It was a long morning but people were all patient and keen. There were a couple young children sitting in who were so well behaved for a wait like that..Addy had some crayon packs for them!At 1 pm, Isabelle left her post and invited us all back to her place for sopa..soup made with claws from something, tortillas from her big wood burning oven outside and some rice. The roosters were crowing, the dogs running around, ...
... tax). So, if one has a restaurant meal there is 25% added to your bill! A shock if one did not expect to be paying more.
The Main Street is geared for tourists,selling souvenirs, many restaurants and dive shops, looking for business. Cruise ships also visit the island, bumping up prices.
In Hoduras they make something like a wrap, something similar to a torilla, but not using ...
... had good food and excellent service. Kyla and I stayed at the table while Ann, Mike, and Pas walked the beach, and Paul and Keegan went snorkeling. The snorkeling was fine – fairly clear, lots of rocks and fish. The beach was okay – narrow but soft sand. Many people were hocking excursions, but they were not aggressive at all. The beach was crowded with tourists, which was a nice change (and again makes me happy that we’re ...
What is "The Elephant in the Room"?
It is that situation that is soooo obvious, so annoying, so wrong and yet we try to deny it, pretending like everything is ok.
So why haven't I written in such a long time? Yes I have an Elephant in my head!!!!! When there is something so big in my head that I do NOT want to talk about I can't bring myself to write anything in my blog, because, no matter what I try to focus on, the elephant is just going to jump right out and its going ...
Sun rises really early here. They are in central standard time all year around. They attempted day light saving time once, and all hell broke loose. I believe it-- I don't see these islanders diligently changing their clocks twice a year! As a result, sun rises at like 5:30am and sets at 6:30pm. So I woke up around 6, stayed in bed for another hour, then made some delicious cheese and onion omelette and hash browns for Sarah and me! Watching those episodes ...