Hotel The Place
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... reached the area where there is a tall rock on the water's edge and a very nice small
sheltered bay to the side. Walked along the bay and could see a building that looked like a place to eat. Walked up and there was music playing, credits running on a movie but no one around but a small poodle. Called out but no one appeared and so we decided to walk on. It did not look like you could go all the way around the rock and would have to ...
... explore the other side of town, homemade icy-poles, walk through town, scorpion, last day, chill out, more beach, banana bar for the final sunset, favorite part of my trip, drinks watching the surfers, this is living, sun goes down, "don't worry be happy" comes on, a perfect end, to the perfect place, leftovers for dinner, Lukes made bruschetta, a few Cervesas to end the night, lights out, up at 8:30am, car arrives from Car hire, pack up the car, board on ...
... amazing day. Time for bed! Monday 3 November 2014 I managed to sleep until 8am this morning, that kind of caught me off guard! The latest sleep I've managed so far!! I made some porridge, topped with some many tropical fruits, I missed the kitchen (for that whole week that I've been away....), so that was fun! And we sat outside (as usual!) in the beautiful jungle. We headed out for a walk again, this time going in a different direction - North up the beach. It was ...
Mornings alone, walking the beach, fill me with such a sense of peace and calm. I enjoy the quiet and I need to take that time to stop and appreciate my blessings. This place is a paradise. The ocean, the sand and the surfing mesmerizes me. It sucks me into a alternate reality that feels very comfortable, and personal. I can relate to it. Breathe it in and feel complete equanimity. This is home today. This ...
... feel slightly appealing, but the $3.5 local bus finally turned up and we were on our way, winding though the hills and little seaside villages we came to a shocking dirt road, it was the turn off for Montazuma. The rocky road in came to a very small sea side bo-ho hippie surf town, a tropical paradise, where the jungle meets the ocean. Mango trees, rock pools and drift wood lined the black sandy shores, it was so different to every beach spot we'd been to so far. We strolled around ...