Hotel El Villaggio
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... off to the bank, then lunch and back to host home to change for another day at the beach, wandering around the rock pools, marveling at the hermit crabs, feasting seagulls, pretty waves that smacked into me, and another awesome sunset. Though yesterday, I had to hike a friggin' mountain to get to Playa Azucar, found a much easier way via Playa Prieta (just south of Azucar or Sugar Beach) and separated by a bunch rocks that are cross able at low tide. So ...
... the canopy. Just the birds flying over the canopy. With the other method you walk a trail and after every 210 meters you watch for birds. You watch for birds for just five minutes, and only watch for the birds in the trees. My preference in method lies within the second one. What I like about it is the quiet. The (almost) complete silence. When you walk from point to point you can only hear the dead leaves brake under your feet and the nature surrounding you. Then when ...
... myself that the situation is not life threatening & to be patient, to calm down. The fact that the park closed at 3pm is what stressed me out. Banks open at 11am, parks close at 3pm ~ it just didn't make sense to me. But that's the beauty of being in another country, it makes sense to them. And then being in a place later in the day that you never imagined you would be in, a positive place, both physically & mentally.
... bottle of chilli for everyone (literally alcohol, salt and chilli-Aimee it's literally you're 3 favourite things in one!) have to admit that it's not exactly my favourite drink and I managed to politely decline all but one shot of it. By the end of happy hour I had, had two margaritas, a shot and three beers and only three tiny chicken legs. I then had to ride my bike home with a shopping bag on each handle probably slightly tipsy and certainly feeling very much like a local person ...
... we has a great hike at the volcano, saw lots of old lava flows and got some magnificent views of the peak. Then we headed into town for some lunch (um, we were ****** and opted for some homesickness alleviated burger king) and then continued on to hike down to the 230 ft. Catarata Rio Fortuna (waterfall of the Fortuna River).
The hike was LOCO. It was so crazy steep and there were numerous landslides from the recent rains ...
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