El Sano Banano Village Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the food, even in this remote area. A couple of local home owners spray the roads with a garden hose each evening to temporarily control the dust storms caused by passing traffic, and of course I slid in that mud. Welcome to Howlerville. The sun sets here around 5:45 every evening, and by 6:15 it is completely dark. The 20-minute walk back to the house, on the narrow brown gravel/dirt road is lighted only so far, and then it turns into total blackness. As we stepped into the dark ...
... is for you. We were lucky enough to find a few good micro brew beers but they are hard to find and very expensive. Would I come back? Yes, but not yet. There are other places I want to go see first and I want to go back to Vietnam before I can be convince to come back here. Don't get me wrong, we had nothing but a great experience, all I saw was smiles and happy locals everywhere we went even a few expats are still smiling, but 24 days here was probably long enough. Talk to you later ...
... get a good salad and they are very seldom part of the meal. Maybe because eating something like lettuce/tomatoes can be a little iffy if you do not know how clean the kitchen is or were they washed correctly. Washed our veggies thoroughly so did fine.
Sitting around the table having some great conversations, sharing stories and a lot of laughs. There are people from so many varied backgrounds that the conversations can take some ...
We are trying to get up in the morning and do some sort of exercise before it gets too hot. Of course, "gets too hot" is a relative term. It is in the 80's from about 6:30 a.m. on. The highest we have seen on our thermometer in our room is 88!
So, knowing this, we have been getting up around 5:30, cup of coffee, gather things up and set off. We did two hikes downhill, the ruta de evacuation and a walk about ...
... we crossed the river with our stuff and again got lost several times to at last emerge out of the jungle and back to civilisation. We'd worked up quite an apetite so headed to a cafe in town where we shared lunch with a few brazen monkeys who were rather persistent despite the waitresses trying to shoo them away.
Some more time was spent chilling on the beach and messing around in the sea (which had some pretty big ...