Hotel & Suites Mar Y Sol Las Palmas
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... suffered extensive damage in the 2002 hurricane but there was still enough to see to make it worthwhile.
After the fort and church we decided to call it a day. We hailed a taxi and headed back to the palapa. The folks at the palapa had refused our offer to pay them to keep an eye on our dinghy that morning. When we stopped there on the way back to the boat, we had beers and limonadas as a way to pay them for providing security to our little ...
... and rickety seats and off and on singers and mariachi bands, but now, more and more, look like mainstream buses, except for all the writing………I had heard that a Costco had opened in PV since I was there last……so hop on I do. After a nice trip thru Costco with a couple of gay guys I met on the bus, I figured I would try and walk to Walmart . Problem was I had no idea where Walmart was. ...
... it. It took us about three hours to slowly ride 180 kilometers. There were some cows, horses and donkeys next to the road, but no animals on the road. A good thing. The day before, riding to the ferry in La Paz, Paul got pretty close to a donkey grazing by the side of the road. A day or two before, he got within inches (three?) of hitting a very, very big bird feasting on a cadaver on the ...
... there was a pile of orange peels on the seat and a pair of pants lying on the sidewalk as though they had just been too exhausted to go on.
Following some a/c troubles in our vehicle I had some trouble hooking up with the local air conditioning guru, always just missing him, or getting there before he could tell me anything new. As it turns out the problem was that he didn't realize Daylight Savings Time had kicked in and the time ...
... had only been able to do so much on her own.... Marta, the woman who essentially looks after the whole place, doing all the cleaning, etc. and whom we see every day, does not speak a word of English. She really doesn't. Which is fine, since I'm trying to work on my Spanish anyway and Laynni has, over the years, become shockingly effective at using non-verbal communication to overcome language barriers. And I'm not talking about the subtle facial movements ...