Las Islas Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sweet little house that is painted turquoise with dark green trim. His brother Johnny lives here too with his BEAUTIFUL, cheeky, little girl Kendra. Their house has cement floors and the roof is tin. There is 2 walls separating the rooms. and little colorful curtains cover the doors. It is perfect. Simple. We had gallo pinto for breakfast... I could eat gallo pinto every day... oh and it came with avacado... AGAIN... only this time it was picked fresh from the backyard. ...
... was quite nice with a breeze cooling us from the sweaty morning. I had Huevos Rancheros that were very nice and Robert had gallo pinto. We shared a fruit plate and had fruit drinks as well. We got out our computers, Robert fired up our Pocket Wifi, and we spend a couple of very hice hours working on our blog. Every so often we looked up and out to the goings on at the playa and the glorious Golfo Dulce. Perfecto !!!!.
... the hole in the tree where they apparently were making a nest.
The large ringed kingfishers must have a nest where we make the first turn into the manglar because we have seen and heard them fussing at us as we come past. Have not been able to spot the nest as of yet but are still looking to see if we can see them go into the nest.
It was another great day in the manglar just paddling along and enjoying the birds and the sounds you can hear in ...
... I remind you that the night before I was shown real life footage of snakes...which then haunted my dreams that night.
ANYWAY, we woke up around 5:00 AM, threw on hiking gear, and headed to the Panderia for a breakfast (however they didn't have anything too hearty). We got our seats on the colectivo (which they probably should have been stopped three seats before us). This time the colectivo was ...
My last two weeks on The Yoga Farm provided the broadest range of emotions, teachings, social interactions and physical activity. From where we left off last, I was about to bury my newly deceased chicken and go down the hill to buy a fresh batch of eggs for our hardworking yoga trainees and semi-hardworking volunteers. I was now on the road for six months and honestly cannot believe how the time has gone so fast yet seems to be a lifetime ago I was back in Perth packing ...