Hotel Villas Playa Samara
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... flapping HUGE stacks of money in your face saying "cambio cambio" (change change) offering to exchange your money for you. Remembering my experience in El Salvador, I will never change money like that again... Luckily Bambi had enough to buy a bus ticket for all of us. Once again, I fell asleep on the bus. I thought I dreamed that the police came on and asked us all for our passports and then took some guy's tortillas and rice, but when I woke up ...
... we decide to head back to the hotel for a dip in the pool. Given the struggle Rob had riding the beach, she thought maybe riding the road would be easier. I recall the hotel owner saying she would never ride a bike on the road to Samara due to the hills. Surely it couldn't be that bad. Ignorance is not bliss. It is important to note that the ride along the beach from hotel to
town was 3-4 miles. On the road, with the massive hills and curves, its more
like 5 miles. ...
1. Geckos are the most relaxed lizard thing out there, they're super easy to tame, and won't bite. 2. Leopard geckos can't climb all over the place because they are ground dwellers. I.e no Houdini. 3. Compared to other lizards and most other pets they require very little attention to be a happy lizard. And their terrarium/vivarium is easy to set up (especially since we already own most of the components.) 4. They are nocturnal, so they'll be perfectly ...
... it must have known I was crazy because they talked me into zipping upside down and then as superwoman (which meant I had to have all my equipment flipped onto my back). I didn't tell Amanda I was doing the superman and watching her face go from horrified to laughing hysterically was great.
Finally we ended the day with a short hike to hot springs. Apparently, when we were changing alberto saw a two toed sloth, but he was gone when we got out. We ...
... get less I suppose.
From Cuahita we wandered up the Caribbean coast to Puerto
Limon, a rather drab and commercial port town, and then inland to Paraiso on an
attractive and scenic mountain route aiming for a hostel just outside Paraiso
called Brewha (N9 50.083 W83 50.466). It turned into a navigational challenge
par excellence to get to Brewha; unbeknown to us (and of course to both GPSs)
there had earlier been a major landslide on the direct road ...