Hotel Perico Azul
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... what...it was LADIES NIGHT! Need I say more? Oh my... So, free drinks all night...yup, we danced. Greta can shake her booty so we did that all night. Fun songs were coming up so Brooke and I danced on the stage. It was probably the most fun I've had going in a bar in a while. Just having fun with people you don't know and dancing with no qualms. By the time we were walking home with everyone, we somehow ended up splitting up with everyone. Niklas went ...
... others off we headed out. After three quiet hours on our little bus, we arrived at the port. We loaded our provisions on to one boat and after filling our pichingas with tasty mainland water and a sneaky last ice-cream, we boarded our boat to the island. Those in the front had a lovely ride, those of us in the back got soaked to the skin! Ronnie the boat driver pointed out the beaches along the coast of the island and I felt renewed excitement for what lay ahead staying in such ...
... a pot and we had coffee with them. winning. when the rain stopped, we headed to the volcano and it was an easy breezy hike, more like a luxurious walk down an actual path, completely opposite to the last volcano we hiked. when we finished, we wanted to head to some natural hot springs nearby, and landed a ride with some people headed that way. central america is so awesome because there are so many volcanoes, so there are so many natural hot springs everywhere that are ...
... Spanish blah-blah, stopped on the road in front of the hotel. As I tried to translate it, Maynor assisted. "We will have no power on Thursday from 9 to 3", he said as he wiped off the wooden bar. “Why?” “The power company will be working then.” So that is how important news is disseminated here--rooftop speakers. The unannounced loss of water the following day however, was a complete surprise, which lasted until early ...
... time for our first guests to arrive. Our first outing with Jacky and Norman was to the secondary forest to see if we could find exotic frogs and even more exotic butterflies. We found both, and because creepy crawlies hold no fears for Jacky, she was perfectly calm as a Red Eyed Tree Frog jumped down her cleavage. We didn’t know if it was poisonous so I tried to get a snap to show the hospital in case Jacky went into anaphylactic shock. Our camera is state of the art but one of ...