Hotel Playa Cotobro
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We leave tomorrow for India. The kids are nervous. Payson about having beggars being numerous and aggressive and Genevieve about getting sick. I can't promise either of them that those issues won't be a problem. We have taken every possible precaution, but there are certain things I can not control and that is scary for me too.
Neither of them like the idea of leaving the camper. It has truly become home after these 6 months of being ...
We booked our tickets to India!!! We leave on the 24th and will be in Kolkata, India for a month. We plan on volunteering with the Missionaries of ...
... day but have no idea how far we've gone.
Definitely staying here has lots of positives as we enjoy our walks along the beach - with temperatures in the high 20 to low 30 degrees, we could have brought shorts and bathing suits! It is also convenient having a little kitchen (small fridge, microwave & electric stove top) and a washing machine. Of course, most appliances in the kitchen are a learning adventure. The first attempt to use the stove top I could not get it ...
... s is a friend of his. We are fortunate indeed! There are only 2 apartments per floor, the other rented by our friends who arrived soon after to take us on a tour of their town. We walked around our neighbourhood, to the tourist bureau which is housed in a beautiful old home and property where Jose played as a child as he knew the family that lived there. The owner being at the time in charge of the sugar factory. It is also where our friends' daughter got ...
... stopped for a while in Lanjaron, declining the opportunity to visit "The museum of water". It would just make me want to wee all the time. Its a beautiful town. Basically centring round one major street which hugs the contours of the mountain. Not a lot there. Tourists presumably go for the incredible views across the valley, the walking opportunities, and the honey. The Alpurra region produces masses of the stuff! They sell it in 3 litre tubs. How can anyone eat so much honey? ...