- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... outlets and tables as well. Seemed to be a nice place to camp except for the sand. Of course the sand issue may not bother all people. Of course, this is the kind of place it would be helpful to have a car to be able to lock your valuables in.
Continued on down the beach past a couple of homes right on the beach. Robert asked them if they knew any place to get breakfast or something cold to drink further on down the road. The ...
... very sweet), Rum and Dry to go with it, the day is made, night sky, stars are out, house of cards, lights out, another day in Paradise, beach, cornflakes, beach, and more beach, surfed today, out the back with Luke, massive waves, a few beginners, I'm hopeless, loving life on the water, massive pelicans, bombs for fish, most of the morning on the water, Banana for a smoothie, lunch, purchase Chorizo for dinner, Luke back for more waves, I grab poll ...
... the hostel in a place called the Cloud Bridge Reserve which is basically a big plot of land bought up a few years back by a couple to just preserve it. While the actually bridge wasn't as grand as I had hoped, it was a great hike with some cool waterfalls and swimming holes. A perfect pre mountain hike. Plan on leaving around 4am tomorrow for about an 8hr hike up to catch the sunset. Then wake up early on Friday to see the sunrise and hike back ...
... bone, but we wouldn't have changed that feeling for anything.
Once we had headed back down, We began collecting the cameras, one set of cameras was a good 5-7km hike off another trail, called Sabana de los Leones. this trail was beautiful, although a very, VERY long way to go! So by the time we were ready to head back down the mountain we had already hiked a good 20km, and still had another 12 to go! 36km, and 2220 meters of descending later, we ...
... stopping on my own. (No one ended up flipping over!). Kayaking through the mangroves a very freeing and amazing feeling. I enjoyed listening to Danny educate us about the two different types of mangroves and their different characteristics. Couldn't get any more hands on learning than that! After about an hour and a half of kayaking everyone got back on the boat and we progressed to Campanario.
Upon arrival of the peninsula ...