Hotel Pueblito Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Prince Charles and Camilla visited this city a couple of weeks ago. They were given a plaque commentating the 25,000 British that were killed when they failed to take over the city in 1741. Apparently this is now a laughing point for the locals. I was surprised at how quiet the streets were. Turns out it was a public holiday - and that is not normal! Everywhere you looked was food. Every street corner something different. More on that tomorrow! But today I just ...
... an opportunity to solve Wendy's Christmas present problem. Unfortunately however, the two 'Pandora type' young women, totally beautiful and dressed in black, spoke no English. Undaunted, Wendy took up the challenge of buying a charm with local significance. Using our shipboard Spanish class knowledge and her TESOL methodology we negotiated a credit card purchase of a coffee cup and saucer since $US were not accepted here and we didn't have enough bags to carry the ...
... this dive site did not disappoint. It was some of the most colorful and abundant coral I’ve ever seen. It was like canyons under water but made completely out of coral. It was really amazing. The only bad thing I would say about our dive is that there were too many of us. There were two dive masters and five divers, but instead of splitting us up, we all went as one big group. There was also a man in his 70’s who decided to start ...
... the city again. You may think this sounds repetitive, but we always see something new. The bus ticket allows us to take as many tour as we want to take in 48 hours. When we returned at 11:45, Greg and I took a dip in the pool to cool off.
In the afternoon, we had made arrangements to go on a Mangrove Boat Tour. They picked us up at 1 PM. We drove northeast towards the airport and continued on. Outside the city, we turned off the ...
... br> Dave
Volunteers come and go. People take a day off. The number of us working on any given day varies. At full staff, the day is light and there is plenty of time to linger with your sloths. When only 4 or 5 are on duty, the chores are tiring. Prepping the veggies will leave you with sore hands. And there is only time to pop in and ...