Hotel Aqua Luna
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... boarders doing flips is all I needed for the day... I also wet my hair and sat near a friends board bag so it looked liked like I had just come from the water, fortunately I'm super unfit and so i constantly look as though I am tired (from surfing) #suckedinchicks Disaster also struck this week... As I began my day I decided to treat myself to a delicious plate of tacos (what a ripper way to begin). I took my time and finished ...
... so much from your fellow travellers and of cause create amazing memories you will treasure forever. We all spent a couple of nights together going out & many laughs were had as we dined in this foreign country to us all. Our first meal together saw us ordereding a dish off the menu called "potato chemistry"we just couldn't resist with a name like that. We were all too intrigued and out came a pretty uneventful plate of sliced potato lathered ...
... massage. It can sometimes get a little annoying but if you just say no gracias and keep walking they usually give up. We put the photos in, they were to be picked up on Tuesday night. On the way back we stopped for a beer at a place called the tattoo bar. It looked like a pretty cool place, only very small, set up with tattoo art on the walls and a tattoo artist has a parlor out the back. After our beer we looked around a few shops, ...
... like an elephant in a tu-tu!!
In a nutshell, our time was low key and relaxing. There is not a whole lot going on, but it is cheap and easy. The beach is nice, but heaving with locals trying to sell you anything from friendship bracelets and bad t-shirts to tacos and bad cooked bananas in a little steam train (check out the pics!!) The water is lush, but the waves and the rips make it a little rough. Great for surfing and body-boarding (of which we did neither).
... be staying for 3 nights. I walked to Walmart and picked up a few items and then went and ate lunch at the beach. Check out the pics of the beach and my hostel, pretty awesome. I think the hardest part is the language barrier, but it will come as time progresses.
But for now take care!