Hotel El Velero
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... wait... nevermind), a Sauv Blanc and much lovely conversation, and I was absolutely ready to call it a day. Well, after a nice sobering-up soak in the aforementioned private hot tub on our deck overlooking the crashing gorgeous tropical waves at night. Just awful. The kind of awful I could absolutely use 10 days of. ...
... were much better, and we assumed that Oceana was just having a tough night with a wedding party occupying the staff's focus. The appeal of an all-inclusive is obvious - you can eat and drink whatever you want without additional charge. The allure of this arrangement for us, at the end stage of our marathon trip where we'd been eating and drinking enough already, was minimal at best. It was a little strange to see all our fellow Americans over-indulging as only Americans ...
... a treat for each and everyone of us, as I believe we never expected to see one. It is sad to say that this vibrantly colored bird, which could arguably be one of the most beautiful in the entire neotropics, looked almost out of place in a tree in the wild because we have only seen them in the pet store or in cages in homes. These red and blue large birds are very smart and very vocal, with a highly advanced calling system to communicate with others of its species. The birds rested ...
Greetings from Hojancha! After a long car ride, a few days, some adapting, and a day at the beach, I can officially say that I love this city! Our house is pretty big and it is all open to the elements- including the lizards and scorpions. We have mango and banana trees in the backyard and it's just down the street from the center of town. This morning we went to ...
Couchsurfed with a unique family for two nights, then moved into a hostel for a week. Didn't like the place at first - too touristy. Found reasons to stay: great waves for beginner surfing and beach volleyball every afternoon. Felt like I knew half the town by the time I left. ...