Hotel Los Mangos
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the streets with nowhere to go we decided to shack up in the seriously shady town of Puntarenas, knowing we could get up and on the first ferry out of there. The beach was calling our names but it would have to wait until the following day. The alarm couldn't have gone off sooner, we couldn't wait to get up and out of the horrible dump of a town we were in, but it was a means to an end. We boarded the 5am ferry and sat and watched the sun come up over the pacific coast glowing ...
... we've seen so far. She prepared a chicken and rice dish, butter beans, and spaghetti with sauce. All was excellent.
After lunch we headed for our lodge. The grounds were outstanding, but again we had to change tents as our bed was concave in the so called "Honeymoon" suite. All tents are mounted on a beautiful teak platform, and the bathroom is huge It was one of the nicest I've ever seen at place of lodging. There were no locks on the tent door, only a mosquito ...
... was the end of our clinics and trip and we were all grateful for the experience we were given and to all of those that allowed us to volunteer and contribute to our experience. The next day we traveled to San Jose for souvenirs for family and visited the ARA project that I discussed previously. I really respected the volunteers at the ARA project and wish them the best going forward as ...
Yesterday I left Guatemala and was quite sad about it. I have met some truly amazing people and Long Way Home is such a great charity. You should check out their website: http://lwhome.org/ Feel free to donate to them too! :) Anyway so yes yesterday was a sad day filled with lots of goodbyes. But it is time for my next adventure! We went one last time to the school bright and early through the corn fields and I took ...
... that clouds cleared and we saw the mammoth uncovered once in a while. No lava spurted out, but our imaginations filled in sight with fiery lines of red; who needs volcanic activity? We immersed ourselves in a hot river, (not just a hot pool, but a whole big river with small pour-overs and holes!) and walked toward our home in the rain until a nice German man who sells solar energy (the irony, in ...