Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... making it much gloomier than the sunshine days we have just come from on the coast. Swimming roof top pool-very unglamorous after the sun soaked pools with swaying palm trees and flowers. Was cloudy, breezy and cooler than all previous venues, so was more an attempt to lose some calories rather than last rays of sun! Dinner at a nearby italian and we're almost done in ...
... they retreated to the safety of their own garden and continued to warn us off, but with the safety of a garden wall between them and us. Our evening's entertainment was to go and see the film 'Mortdecai' at the local cinema. David and I got caught up in a traffic jam behind a couple of accidents, but we still managed to meet up with Claire, Ben and Poppy before the film started. It was a light comedy starring Johnny Depp as an English ...
... my harness, I told myself to just keep breathing and take my time. I successfully attached the carabineer to my harness and signalled that I was ready to come up.
Slowly and gently I was drawn upward, first upside down and then my body drawing upright. I gratefully grabbed Danny’s hand as he guided me on to the solid surface of the platform. Trembling with adrenaline, I accepted a congratulatory hug ...
... kayak out along the rocky coast and saw lots of cool caves and beautiful crystal clear water. It was very pretty. At night, we went out to dinner at a restaurant called Claro Que Si. Jeff got the whole red snapper, his new favorite :) We also went to a place called El Avion, a bar/restaurant built around a plane that had crashed. It was really cool inside and the drinks were awesome. We both got the "pain killer". Then back to Tulemar for some rest! Buenos ...
... by the storm and the call of howler monkeys, our first full day of jungle camp life lay ahead. It would be an exploratory day, to get the lay of the land and see what work we had in store. I'd already explored a little with Tavo and the ranger the previous day, so I volunteered to be one of the housekeepers for the day. We needed to leave two people in camp each day, to mind our belongings, from wily tourists and monkeys. Housekeepers were in charge of all the cooking and cleaning for ...