Rancho Estero y Mar
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After wrestling all our dirty clothes and new treasures into suitcases, we loaded up early and traveled to a beach near the airport. The heat and humidity were considerably higher than in Santa Ana but the pools, hammocks, and refreshing drinks made up for it. Rancho Estero y Mar is a fun place, part hotel, part zoo and ecological preserve. Monkeys …
The morning started very early for a few of our team. A 5K race was held in Santa Ana for the benefit of Habitat and Becca, Andrea, and our interpretor Miguel decided to run so they left at 6:30 to go to the start. The rest of us went to the finish line at the city square to wait for them about 8. It was great fun cheering them on and seeing so …
We loaded up at 8am and headed to the beach. It was a beautiful day for fun in the sun, enjoying the warm Pacific water, a nap in a hammock, a cool dip in the pool, tropical drinks, great seafood, a beautiful sunset and a late night bonfire on the beach. A great day of rest before the long travel day home.
Anw027 stayed here on Jul 28, 2012 during their trip titled: Global Village Trip to San Salvador, El Salvador.
Wonderful day at the beach. Fun in the sun, some had a massage, Sara H. enjoyed her first time seeing the ocean, cooling off in the pool (yes, the mountains were much cooler than here!), frozen tropical drinks, naps in hammocks, a great way to relax and process the impact of the last week. Off to the airport at 3:30 am and then the time change when …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet