Hotel Playa Espadilla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... hung out in Pamela's room and played games like "this one time, in a sex shop..." and no, I'm not joking, we seriously played that game.
Then next day Pamela and I went for lunch (in my case a banana split... no I didn't lose any weight on this trip and I can't figure out why... lol) and then she made this weird disgusted noise. I look over and there's this little boy with his junk hanging out nearly peeing on ...
... to Panama City. I rocked up on my crutches and was ushered to the front of the queue. I was then informed that the bus was fully booked. My flight to Rio was tomorrow evening. I had to get on that bus. I did my best sad face and almost tears. Together with the cruches, the guy couldnīt not help me and promised me that he would get me to Panama City that night. I came back at 10pm, an hour before the bus and sat and watched as everyone was checked in. People arrived from Nicaragua ...
... P1000251.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> And there is Manuel Antonio beach. Every picture you've seen of a semicircular bay with a tropical beach, lined by palm trees while rocky volcanic islands poke out of the blue water, well they do not do it justice. It is beautiful. And not as crowded as the main public beach, since you have to pay $10 (for tourists) and walk a mile in to get to it. But it is worth it, just watch out for ...
... saw a white tailed derr, white-faced monkeys, large blue butterflies, procupines, racoons, lizzards and enjoyed the warm weather. The beach was beautiful and the water calm and warm. In the afternoon back in Quepos we bought beach towels for the kids and mailed our post cards. The post office was finally open. We had a typical lunch at Soda Sanchez which was very good with a beer each it was $12.00.
We spent the rest of the afternoon by our pool at the hotle and then took ...
Disconnected. Usually this word has a negative connotation when referring to a person, but so help me if being disconnected isn't the greatest thing at times. Here at Hacienda Baru you can get connected if you choose to, they have a wireless signal available near the dining hall, but that's the extent of the technology you will find here. Your rooms are not equipped with a television, radio or wired internet connection, and thank the heavens for that. The youth of ...