Hotelito Del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... mid Feb when my visa runs out, then bounce up to Mexico or somewhere nearby to look for work and a change of location for a while. After that? Who knows! It's a grand life, but it would also be nice to head back home for a bit to visit everyone and catch up. That might be on the cards in the new year, but don't get your hopes up just yet! I love travelling, and definitely want to keep doing more of it! Well. That is all! Back to your dreary, work obsessed ...
... guy on the beach offers to help me with my board, I'm hesitant, go with it, he takes my board, I swim, pounding waves, he knows the channel to get out, treading water, past the breakers, guy gives me my board, yelling out for Luke, no sign of him on the boat, paddle back to the boat, he's gone looking for me, swam all the way into shore, I'm yelling, waving to say I'm on the boat, he swims back for a third time, boat can't get closer to him, we pick him up, get the hell out of ...
... to me, can't remember his name! Seems in a similar boat to me in terms of where are in life and friends situation. When trying to sleep at start I just wanted to cosy on into him as really wanted some affection and to get warm! I wanted to find him attractive but I just didn't. In the end I had one blanket on me and one over my head. I was so bunged up. Didn't sleep much and kept coughing and having to blow my ...
... as needed. The forest canopy extends all the way overhead and Niko scans the foliage. He spots what he's been searching for and indicates that we should look as well. In the tree above is a sloth, inconspicuously munching on the surrounding leaves. It blends in to its surroundings surprisingly well, and I'm amazed that Niko was able to pick it out so easily. We reach a clearing in the jungle with a small home and chicken coop. Though it's only a kilometer away ...
... and ties were missing, broken or rotten. A perilous walk across the Sixaola River, with a 40 foot drop. A few missteps and one could be done for. Needless to say, many had done it before us and many will follow. Apparently until last year trucks and cars also drove across the bridge, but a new steel bridge has been built to withstand the constant strain of traffic. Thank goodness it can still be used by pedestrians!!! A walk down a steep embankment and we are ...