Hotel The Place
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel The Place Mal Pais
Travel Blogs from Mal Pais
... There seemed to be enough wind and of course they had to try. The attempt failed but I think it cheered Brian a little bit just to see a kite up, as short lived as that may have been.
Barry and Natalia make a very nice couple and we look forward to hanging out with them in Austin. Natalia even took kite lessons in Bahia Salinas! That is love, indeed! It bodes well that she wants to share in Barry's obsession. ;-)
... Later I asked a Costa Rican employee on our boat if I should expect a dreadful illness and he said altho he thought I was crazy I would be OK, especially since it had jalapeņo on it. And I was OK. Until I got home. Ne details shall follow, but let's just say I am seeing a GI doc. All is really fine though, no dreaded disease developed.
That evening, back aboard our heavenly home, Barry and I ordered room service. But instead of having ...
We just spent our last day in a beach town going snorkeling on an island 45 min away on a boat. It was the perfect exclamation point of our 16 or 17 days bumming around on beaches. One of my favorite thing to do (beside drinking beers and eating tipical food) has been to watch my kids show off their balancing skills on surf boards and stand ups. Watching the locals surf at high tide, ignoring the reefs sticking out a few feet away, was also phenomenal. We are on our way to Monteverde, ...
... fixed attractive meals!
Some here this time were either vegetarian or vegan so it was interesting to see what different things they fixed. Lots of great smells, garlic, onions, curries and so on.
We prepared some good meals while we were here but seems the one that got the most rave reviews were the mango and spinach quesadillas! Served them along with a nice green salad. This is one thing I have noticed while traveling. It is ...
... and a half hours of surfing later, and we were knackered. We grabbed a quick bite to eat and then headed back home to Cabuya. On the way out of Mal Pais, we picked up a hitch hiker (a common practice here, although we can't oblige very often because we usually have two kids in car seats--there's not a lot of room to spare). Turns out, this teenager works at the same surf shop as our surf instructor Manny. He moved from Albuquerque to ...