Gilded Iguana Hotel
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... some fifty years ago. They were extremely hospitable and offered us much-welcomed iced water whilst we got ready to depart for Patty and Maurisco’s house, some ten minutes away. Patty’s house was equally beautiful; overlooking the city from a hilltop, it had a tree growing in the middle of it!
They have two charming children aged 15 and 17 (a girl and a boy) who spoke perfect English – as well as French and of course, ...
... The views from our cottage are so amazing that I don't even mind having rest days in there.
Veronica is an extremely nice host. She was kind and let use her Skype program to call home to Mom and the kids. It was great to hear their voice and know that they are all doing great.
Veronica even grows coffee with her husband. She gave us a bag to sample the coffee. Joanne made us some coffee with ...
... very remote. There was a huge storm a couple months ago here and it destroyed her farm. She is working on rebuilding what was lost, but needs a lot of money to do it, which she doesnt have. She failed to mention this to me before but with the language barrier we seemed to have lots of miscommunication. In my mind i had this idea that I would with other wwoofers, we would wake up, go to work, have meals together, the whole bit. She speaks very little english, and ...
... a lot and I got some good photos too. One of the boys was so happy that he'd seen him but the younger one who didn't really enjoy the snorkelling wasn't that bothered because he thought sharks were evil. I have no idea how a 6 year old would have that opinion about sharks except from the media so well done media. Plus white tips are actually really nice. Poor sharks. For the second snorkel trip I just took out one other snorkeler and the kid who loved the water. The mum and ...
... delicate, and also the looks on everyone else's faces as they slid down it.
Dave and a couple of kids hiked to the top of the biggest waterfall--and this would be a feat on its own were it not for the bullet ants which actually made it crazytown. Go ahead, google bullet ants. People in some countries make sleeves out of them for manhood training. No kidding! When our guide told us to be careful, as there were bullet ants, Karen and I both said NO THANK YOU--as we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed