Hotel El Bramadero
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was the assistant surgeon for his procedure and I was the anesthetist. To our surprise, he was a cryptorchid dog! This means one of his testicles never fully descended with the other one. The surgeon told us the first step was to identify if the other testicle was inside the abdomen or inguinal. After palpation, he thought it was probably abdominal. The surgery was extremely interesting and ...
... the rest of Central America. The road is going to be great with four lanes of divided limited access highway with overpasses across the main crossroads in the small towns. However, right now it is just a big construction zone with two-lanes of traffic switching from one side to the other depending on which side of the roadway was being worked on at the moment. The posted speed limit was 30 kph the entire way, but after awhile Phyllis realized that no one ...
... and better. If you are the least little bit adventurous you will have a blast but it is hard work to get your butt out of the canyon after, at least in this case. I have to say that my time on the stair master didn't really help. Some of the steps are knee high and the humidity is killer. Also, I COMPLETELY wore the wrong shoes. I thought my sandals which are strapped on would be fine and they likely would have been if I didn't have such narrow noodle like feet. They were too loose and ...
... balcony and two showers, one in our tropical private garden and the other one inside. I couldn't wait to sleep in fresh cotton sheets and a huge comfy bed. The manager had invited us for a welcome drink in their sushi bar lounge, so we decided to freshen up and head out to enjoy the stunning grounds of the resort. We arrived at the gorgeous sushi bar and the waiter brought us a drink and some sushi without even asking which was lovely. Stuie ...
... seemed to be wet lately, then a short ferry ride and a taxi with an American and a Kiwi. We checked in to our hotel, right on the beach, and headed for a walk along it. What a view, a Volcano sat right on a beach, waves crashing in like the ocean itself, and when the full moon made an appearance, well it lit up the volcano like a million fireflies. It was so mesmerising that is caused Nat to lose our room keys, so a bit of bragging and we were planning our next day, ...