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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Playa conchal is so named because the beach is made of bazillions of little White seashells. Tiny little broken pieces of shells. They are easy underfoot but not really so when wedged between foot and flipper! But the water is blue, the sun hot and the beach full of folks. Locals drive up on the beach, park their cars and sell their wares or offer excursions or massages. After the swim we hit the resort pool, with its swim up bar and all. Lots of "Americans" on spring break. ...
... returning soon. When we entered the terminal and encountered the person at passport control we were greeted by the HAPPIEST customs professional I have ever met. My passport has stamps in it folks. I'm not like a full fledged "world traveler" or anything but i get around some and this woman was not my first passport check. I can say she seemed ACTUALLY happy that we were entering her country. She engaged us each and sure set a tone of casual competence and ...
... until we took a wrong turning! We ended up in an area with very steep hills and deep holes in the road. Terrible, but we couldn't turn round and had to keep going. At that point we discovered our handbrake wasn't working well either, which is quite critical when attempting hill starts!!? At one point, Jellard had to push Jan (in his car!) up the hill. Fortunately, we met two local ...
... what they plan to do? Well I put on my walking shoes and followed my map. To my surprise the grocery store was open and I got some basics for the next few days.
Once I got back I started cooking some rice and beans. The rice was a little el dente and the beans were not quite right either. Whoops! Throw and egg on top, a kiwi on the side, it's all the same! Let's just say it wasn't quite as good as what the B&B made up for us this morning.
... on Playa Conchal where Brett's family friend Keith had set us up in a luxurious condo. We spent most of the week exploring the nearby beaches and local towns, enjoying a few happy hour beers at the Westin's pool (apparently the largest in the Central America), and heading off to the neighboring beach's local dive, Indiria Bar, to watch the spectacular sunsets. Here Tom became quite well acquainted with some of the ...