Panacea De La Montana Yoga Retreat & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... t the best snorkeling we'd done on this trip, but the kids enjoyed it. After our swim we were treated to a mouthwatering curry dish followed by dessert. Yum… As we listened to an acoustic guitar player, sipped our wine, and lounged around on the beanbags, the sun began to set over the Pacific Ocean and the ship almost went quiet. It was magical.
After an incredible week with our friends, it was unfortunately time for them to go back to Austin. We were all ...
... and my brother Matt and already introduced her to mom!) We went on excursions here and there and chilled on the beach together. She gave me a refresher course on snorkeling, promised me her hot French brother also named Matt, and knew how to make a badass smoothie! Even though she almost stood me up for my goodbye dinner, I will cherish her friendship always! There is even a chance she may meet me in Malaysia this fall!
... it kills the insect but not until it has guided it to the best breeding (or sporing) site. One of the best encounters with birds so far was seeing the humming birds just around a cafe by the main entrance to the cloud forest. They just hummed and buzzed around sticking their beaks into the honey pots. Tom managed to get a few on camera and I captured some in water colours although it wasn't easy as they move like lighting. That afternoon, we sat to watch Germany vs Brazil at ...
We had booked zip lining and horse riding the day before so the shuttle picked us up from our hostel at 10am and a short 10 minute drive to the park called Mundo adventure. We got given our equipment for the zip lining, harness, helmet and breaking pad and were given a safety briefing before we entered the rain forest for the canopy tour. They took us in truck which was pulled by a tractor to the entrance of the forest, as you ...
... our travels.
Whilst there we explored the surrounding beaches, towns and waterfalls on a scooter which, with a mighty 50cc engine (no match for the vespa) meant Mandy was unhappily jettisoned for parts of the uphill journeys. It also had such perfectly sized wheels that they would fit like a glove inside potholes and cracks in the road which left us airborn for much of our travels. We took a lesson on a stand-up paddle board (SUP) which was quite fun. The ...