Hotel The Place
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... for the arvo, Cervesas, heaven, Lukey back in for Sunset, "don't worry, be happy", everyone claps the sunset, hostel for Lukey's feast, Chorizo mince spaghetti bolognese, delisioso, Cervesas, chilled out night, Rancho, lights out, up for cornflakes, bikes to Mal Pais, Lukes bike a little ******, dirt roads, bumpy pot holes, check on the car hire, off to the beach, warm water, hot sand, bike back to hostel, lunch, back to the beach, explore the right ...
... Just amazing. After about half an hour, we ran into a river and could go no further. The river just popped out of the trees, with shallow mangroves and looked so clear and refreshing. We spent a while sat on the sand, watching hermit crabs swapping shells and vultures swooping overhead. Until it suddenly became dark and began to rain! That was the signal to return home! Half an hour later, we were back. Soaking and covered in sand. A quick shower later and we made ...
... coffee with sugar. The ocean sounds amazing.
I am in heaven.
Life is good. La vida es buena...
Until next time... I'll be blowin' in the wind...
Love, hugs and girly kisses,
the flyin' dandelion
... some time. After our swim Matt asked a local who had set up a little jewellery stand how to reach the higher waterfalls and we were shown a steep, slippery ascent up the side of the waterfall. This involved some fairly hairy experiences pulling ourselves up vertical slopes with ropes just in our wet thongs...But the higher waterfalls were beautiful and after we spent some time ascertaining if the pools above the falls were safe to swim in ...
... These dogs have life figured out!
Our receptionist at this hostel is named Gaston. Even though he speaks little Spanish and even less English, we somehow concluded that we all enjoy Deep House music and are travelling for a year. The people you meet who choose to cram their life into backpacks for a year are so much more down-to-earth than you'd expect.
Can't get enough of this place. Beginning to think I may never leave Costa ...