Hotel Los Mangos
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... the immense pain and an instant fear spread like a fire across my body. I was in a tiny beach town with no hospital and in Central America and something very painful had stung me. Fearing the worst I desperately ran from the shower yelling and crying "Stuie something has bitten me." Not having any idea what It was panic set in and wild irrational thoughts came thick and fast. Stuie went straight to the bathroom to inspect the towel. Having no luck finding anything made my anxiety ...
... hot water line into our tent was pinched. With great anticipation we jumped into the shower. IT WAS STILL COLD! We took the showers anyway.
After a buffet luncheon we watched the photo's taken of our white water rafting adventure. As you will see after we return home, there are some pretty good ones of the two of us.
The lodge has a small swimming pool with a 100 foot water slide. ...
... about everything. Only to find out later that she was an OBGYN and she said it’s easy being a mom, you have to remember that they are learning just as much as we are as parents. Then we started talking about how the healthcare system works…wow! All I could think was socialized medicine really reflects the care, compassion, and kindness of the Costa Rican people or otherwise known as Ticos(as).
Once we got out of the airport ...
... on ramps or off ramps. They do have a kind of big U-turn road which you can take to get onto the other side of the freeway. Had a great beer and some snacks with Laura and Ana at BBC. Then five of us went to the Salt Cathedral which was really interesting. It’s a salt mine and they have carved all sorts of crosses into the rock in the mine. Left for Vila de Leyva the next day. One of the most beautiful old colonial towns I have ever seen. A big town square where ...
... the populated balcony, where they intended to shake things up. They stole freshly made sandwiches from the tourists, rustled in any type of bag to find a hidden treat or if all else failed, swung into the kitchen to steel sugar from the jars or anything else edible. They were hilarious and made for excellent entertainment both first thing in the morning as they jumped on our little cabin roof and at the end of the day as the sun set. Next was the barking of the howler ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed