Hotel Las Olas Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... This arrangement turned out to be aimed at stopping people leaving if the custom's office is not happy.
We presented the paper work given to us by the Air Freight company with all 7 stamps from 3 Government departments only to be turned away in bewilderment! Over the next 4 hours we learned that we should have had a "Temporary Import Permit" for each bike. It would have been nice of the Customs office at Tucomen Airport to advise us that ...
... a gorgeous sunny day. Soooo hot though. We spent the morning on North beach (mainly in the water) before heading to South beach (after a very long and lazy lunch) for some kayaking. Late afternoon we headed back to the lodge for beers in the hammocks. Another yummy supper accompanied by great conversations followed. The next two days were pretty cloudy but warm. On both days we were exceptionally lazy: lie ins, late breakfasts, long lunches, chilling in hammocks, a couple of ...
... tickets. He turned to spoke to an older border official at the back of the office and told him that we were with him and he was being held up. The bus driver then guided us towards a window where the older official sat down and told us just to hand our passports over. Without another question, or buying the flights, our passports were just stamped within seconds and handed back to us. The driver then escorted us, with our bags, into the customs hall and we were just waved back ...
... are doing this for hours day after day.
Most of the sorting process is done by throwing the beans in a big container, which is filled with water.The beans, which float on the water have a low quality. They float because worms have damaged them. Holes inside make these beans float. Carlos told us that floating beans are sold to instant coffee makers.
Last but not least, we learned that locals ...
... with only a few small naps within that time. It was a great day. Tomorrow we leave for Santa Catalina on the Pacific Coast. It is known for its beaches, surfing and diving. I have decided that since we are going to be there for two full days that I am going to get my open water dive certification which is a two day course with 4 dives. Gina is not sure if she wants to do hers yet. She still has time to decide. Doing the course here will definitely be better than diving in Gregoire ...