Hotel & Suites Las Palmas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the large number of participants (around 200) who attended from 14 different countries. The calibre of presenters and high level of group discussion that concluded each day was outstanding. We were also treated to some excellent extra-curricular activities, the highlights being a full day of adventure-based learning, a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park and a traditional New England Clambake. To give you a bit of a sense about what was covered, I've included a sample of ...
We reluctantly say good bye to Rancho El Perrolita, and Wendy drives back down one of the Arroyos to the coast road and to the house. We spend a bit of time with Wendy before going to pack up and get to sleep. Tomorrow is a big driving day, we want to be on the road by 7 am for a 9 hour drive to get up to San Igancio by tomorrow night, so the following morning we can go to the San Igancio Lagoon and go on a Panga to meet the Grey Whales up ...
... lines that go around the
world. Now I need to get photos of me by
the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn, then I’ll have the full set!
Fortunately the rest of the trip was a bit more
uneventful! I got to spend more time in
the sunshine both by the pool, outside and on the beach. Of course sometimes it got a little hot for a
furry cat like me and I had to find a shady spot!
... the ocean. This was my FIRST ever experience at any resort or semi fancy hotel in a "vacation hot spot"
The food that night was relatively simple, delicious and filling. Aside from the critique that Caroline - Geoff's Partner- got shafted with her order that did not arrive, instead substituted with simple Fajitas (that were apparently delicious) Unfortunately this wouldn't be the first meal that Caroline got the funk of ...
... across the bay to Tobasco beach (this is our "hangout" beach). There we spent about 90 minutes collecting bottle caps, cigarette butts and plastic bits. The tour operators along the beach thanked us profusely for our help, saying that they also clean up, but that it's such an on going battle, with conscientious people on one side and not conscientious people on the other. No problemo, we were happy to do it. The zodiac picked us up and shuttled us back to ...