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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel The Place Mal Pais
Travel Blogs from Mal Pais
... toward the beach and found a pleasant looking house where a young lady was sweeping the porch and talking on a cell phone. She was startled and indicated that she needed more time to finish the house cleaning. We sat quietly on the porch while she finished and then explored the house and the property. There is an outdoor living room and dining room, attached to the kitchen. Behind the kitchen is an indoor family room. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, one more like a dorm room with 3 twin ...
... 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 ...
... ended up at the swimming pool for the resort that is associated with our less resorty hotel. The beach here is beautiful, but a bit rocky and the waves can be ferocious. Yesterday we went to Tortuga Island on a speed boat - which made me realize been a pirate must have been terrifying. As we passed by the shore there were moments where it felt like of a wall of water threatened to overwhelm the boat. Fortunately the driver of the ...
... back and forth because we can't agree on one language to speak in.
The next morning we woke up early and went to the beach again for a few hours before the trek home. This weekend we are going to the Caribbean cost (so far we have only been to the Pacific) to Cahuita, where there is a national park with a rainforest and a coral reef where we're going to go snorkeling. Wow that was really long... Ok I'm done!
... 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 ...