Hotel Samoa del Sur
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... we all had to get back across the gulf! The kids all had a blast as the 6 of us crammed into the kayak and Silas and I paddled us back. Our experience at Dolphin Quest was definitely a peak one: Uki said she wanted to stay their forever with her new friends and we all deeply appreciated that places so seemingly untouched and precious exist in this world, and especially that we might have access to. We left Raymondo's hoping for a return trip someday!
... one Spanish word, "Pura Vida". We chose this area for a couple of reasons. One, our tour concentrated on the northern and middle regions of the country, so this would give us an opportunity to see totally new things. Second, we hope to see some new wildlife (scarlet macaw is my hope). Third, Betty found a house bargain right on the beach in Zancudo for $100/night with three bedrooms and two baths. We just couldn't pass up the bargain even though it turns out that there ...
... was another shack where Robert was currently sleeping and where there was a little table where we could eat out. Rustic was the first thing that came to mind, how we were going to cope here for a couple of weeks I didn't know. Did I mention there was no running water or electricity, outhouse for a bathroom and a little trek down the hill to get fresh water for the farm and a shower. It seemed more like a refugee or squatters camp than a farm. After doing a ...
... them as possible.
It was a very pleasant evening and we did learn more about how these 3 boats were planning their respective trips. They should be well and truly in Tahiti as we speak, and we hope that all 3 of them had a safe journey.
One other boat that we met that evening was SV Lanakai with Mike and Leilani on board. Mike, was an American with family origins from Ireland, and Leilani's family background was from Hawaii. We hit it ...
... this was impossible because of the bumpy ride. The final kick in the teeth came just after passing a sign announcing we had only 15km to go. The bus stopped and a guy got on, talked to the driver, and it turned out the road ahead was flooded and impassable! We had to get off and walk, with all our luggage through a soggy field in the pitch black and rain. I thought that we had to walk those final 15km to get there!!! But what ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking