Hotel Ritmo Tropical
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... around, or take a short ferry across the water. So onto the ferry! It was a large car ferry, but not too busy. We pulled away from the dock at 11am and began our way, slowly across the glistening flat water. Large pelican type birds were circling and diving into the water, small fishing boats zooming around us and the small islands of the peninsula gradually got closer. The peninsular was covered in small, secluded beaches, deserted, covered in forest and with ...
... Memphis barbecue AT ALL. Not just beans and slaw!!! Plus, the beach was gorgeous, with tall swaying palm trees, sugary white sand, a cloudless blue sky, and perfect ocean temperatures in beautiful blue and green waters. Surprises were a huge black momma pig with 4 little piggies, 2 parrots, a peacock, a big old fluffy handsome rooster and a fluffy white hen, and a peccary that the local kids seemed to love. It was kinda like a little open zoo. It was a ...
... These modest, kind, and caring people are content with all of the "flash" that is provided by my Mother Nature.
We finally arrived in our modest hotel in Buenos Aires, greeted with smiles and affection as has been the case since we arrived in this beautiful country. We even had a chance to catch some of the great Packer game(whoo!). From here, we are fortunate enough to take a brief tour of the area we will be building ...
... as in they are easily overhead, but the longboarders can pick them up early and cruise down the line. Us shortboarders have to wait til it's a lot closer to pitching which can mean a bit of a drop, but it's perfectly workable.
Local surf level ranges from beginner to pro (either guys who do every dry season here, or the guys knew of one kid at least who was sponsored by volcom) so there's a bit of competition for waves, but no worse ...
... now safely ensconced in the rafters of our garage indefinitely.
But maybe not. Today we got surf fever!
I strong armed Paul into taking a lesson with me. We hadn't had very good luck at our single previous attempt surfing (we took a lesson during our honeymoon 5 years ago in California and both of us only just managed to stand up before immediately falling off). It had been an amusing activity but overall a ...