- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... very sweet), Rum and Dry to go with it, the day is made, night sky, stars are out, house of cards, lights out, another day in Paradise, beach, cornflakes, beach, and more beach, surfed today, out the back with Luke, massive waves, a few beginners, I'm hopeless, loving life on the water, massive pelicans, bombs for fish, most of the morning on the water, Banana for a smoothie, lunch, purchase Chorizo for dinner, Luke back for more waves, I grab poll ...
... amazing day. Time for bed! Monday 3 November 2014 I managed to sleep until 8am this morning, that kind of caught me off guard! The latest sleep I've managed so far!! I made some porridge, topped with some many tropical fruits, I missed the kitchen (for that whole week that I've been away....), so that was fun! And we sat outside (as usual!) in the beautiful jungle. We headed out for a walk again, this time going in a different direction - North up the beach. It was ...
... We ventured out into the beautiful clear blue water. It was a sunny clear day with some darker clouds rollin in the distance. Once Brian saw those clouds he said we should turn around. We were out for about and hour and half. I got off my SUP board an went to get my sandals and they were gone. Then Greg said oh did your sandals get stolen and I said yea. He then said just kidding I his them over here. While I was getting in the water he thought ...
... to Manuel Antonio Park. Then climbed over a ridge to get to the park. The road was lined with resorts, hotels, and restaurants for the tourists.
We stopped at a unique restaurant, El Avion, which was originally made from a big cargo plane. How it was lifted to the top of the ridge is impossible to visualize, but there it is, a long way up a very twisting road, and hundreds of feet above the ...
... I've never seen so many hammocks or felt an ocean so warm!! We found MOAR seashells than we could ever have imagined seeing on one beach.
There are about a dozen or so dogs that roam around Playa Santa Teresa. They're well-fed and friendly, but keep mostly to themselves. The hardest I've laughed on this trip yet has been because of a long-haired dachshund mix that alternated between rolling on the sand and laying in the warm ...