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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We strolled along the Malecon and checked out some of the shops along the way. The Pinochio Restaurant allowed us to buy some bottled water and sit under their tent on the Malecon. It was getting more warm and humid by mid morning.
We walked down as far as the bridge of the Cuale River and back up the Malecon to Seņor Frogs for a snack of guacamole made fresh at the table and mango margaritas. ...
... overlooking the ocean on a cliff. It is only accessible by boat.
On the way home we snorkeled among huge schools of yellowtails, angel fish and god knows what else.
We headed back and were amazed to see a whale flippig and flapping around. We followed him for quite awhile.
Our captain gutted one of our catches and we took it home to bbq. We will see how chef Scott does with that tonight.
... and asked for the wifi password. After about 40 minutes of my poor phone struggling to connect, that hopeful little circle tracing round and round and round next to the wifi network name, it worked. BAM! My phone lit up! I admit it... I'm a wifi addict. I love my phone. My social media networks. And sharing everything I do in real time. I know, we're supposed to be beyond that. Especially travellers. And I'm certain I could ween myself off and enjoy a little bit of ...
... one of the kayaks in the water and dug out our lead line. Thats a line that's been marked every fathom (6 feet) of it's 10 fathom length and a lead weight is attached to the end. He grabbed a paddle and headed for the entrance. Since no one could tell him how deep it was he decided to go find out for himself. What he found were breaking waves accross the entrance, steep waves that he paddled hard to avoid because he wasn't in the mood for a swim. ...
... don’t drink alcohol?
We take the beers and walk up the stairs to the penthouse level of Casa de Puentes. We enter Mollie’s lair: postcard-like panoramic views of the river and surrounding hills, and barking sounds from 4 dogs protecting their turf fiercely despite their midget size. "You found the beers – good. Have a seat." Says Mollie as she appears from the corner of an antique bookshelf. Although she never ...