Hotel La Laguna del cocodrilo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and the next instructor would practice what we had learned that morning. Classes were conducted in Spanish only except for the occasions when we were completely lost and would say "Can I ask a question in English? Please!" During one class, a classmate even burst out with “That’s it, you f-ing lost me!” He said what most of us were thinking! I went from speaking no Spanish and understanding a little, to ...
... new snacks at the best prices we had seen. The views of the mountains and the ocean on both sides were stunning throughout the trip. Unfortunately Tamarindo did not have the same appeal. It was a shock to the system. A Costa Rican Vegas of sorts. We immediately went and booked our shuttle to the next town for tomorrow morning, even though I had booked our hotel for two nights. ...
... 25. Clean and tidy and friendly.
Cape town break - Playa Langosta – facing the beach, take the main road to the left and keep walking till you come to a fork in the road, take the road to the left. Keep walking till you pass 3 condominiums and you’ll shortly see a dirt path on your right that leads to the beach. When you reach the beach turn left and walk along the beach till you hit the river, cross it and walk about 400 metres. You will see ...
... to some good Blues music and there was a slight fog on the road from the churned up dust. Dry season means there is quite a bit of dust around here. We made our way to Nosara and Guiones. I really liked the feel of these places. They seemed like quiet hippy towns with a lot of yoga and surfing. We stopped at the Living Hotel to use wifi and ordered superfood shakes. They had a yoga loft overlooking the pool and a yoga/hippy ...
... each present was bought. After an hour or so Ott went to prepare the nibbles we had bought in Liberia.
Unfortunately the heavens opened at about 10. It rained pretty hard and looked pretty constant but it cleared up at about 1.
Everybody started to arrive at about 3, which is the time that I got ready, purposefully leaving it as late as possible so that I wouldn't melt before everything kicked off due to a combination of the heat and nerves. Thankfully ...