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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Xalteva Granada
We stayed at Hotel/Condo Xalteva for a month and loved it. Lovely, safe, quiet place with friendly people and super helpful staff. Excellent.
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... merry way down the conveyor belt. One was saved but the other disappeared before the staff member could retrieve it! No matter, we were very early, so the same guy volunteered to run down and save the bag before it made its way onto the plane. After removing all the items in the panniers that might get us arrested like pen-knives and various bits of cooking equipment, we nervously said goodbye to the bikes and made our way to passport control, just thankful that ...
... kiosk flanked by a couple of wooden tables hiding under colorful umbrellas. Since we figured that we had run out of options we sat down and placed our order. They had only local food which we actually welcomed because we´re always excited about tasting of new flavors. While I asked for “gallo pinto con cerdo” (rice mixed with beans, cabbage salad, tortilla, potatoes and pork meat), Gonzalo wanted to try “yuca con cerdo” which was practically the same ...
... on us pretty quickly but were not insistent and really didn't bother us once we said no. One vendor, selling bags of cashews came over and they seemed the perfect accompaniment to cold beer so Hector negotiated and we enjoyed fresh roasted cashews with our beverages.
We met for dinner at a very nice steak house for dinner preceded by Hector's now common refrain before meals . . . chicken, fish or beef.
... was a second cave that was also very cool. We stood at the face of the cave opening and everyone turned off their flashlights you could hear and feel the bats flying out of the caves up in to the sky for dinner. Along the way we met another German women who is here studying bats. We decided to go in to town and have some fish and chips. I thought this was rather random but it oddly sounded good so off we went. Best fish and chips I have ever had in my life!! Made ...
... It was very comfortable and the food was delicious. One day we went out in a panga to the distant Cays, tiny desert islands surrounded by beaches and coral. It is a strange place as the Cays belong to the Communities but some outside developers (with or without formal approval?) 'sold' individual Cays to foreigners and built properties on them (only one per Cay as they are only garden sized). The Communities went to the courts and won so now the houses are left derelict. We had lunch ...