How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Sandpiper Inn Playa Hermosa
Travel Blogs from Playa Hermosa
... looking for Erica's phone but without luck. But, miracle of miracles, Roy got a call on his walki performance from his boss as we were riding back down the mountain. The boss had taken an ATV and found the cell phone about five minutes from the corral, even before we had headed in public land. Thank goodness for that as chances were very slim that it would have been turned in by anyone who found it. There are some instances of karma - on the ride back I heard one of the women cry out ...
... for Face Time with John and a Peach Dream (peaches, ice cream and amaretto) for me. From the cabana boy. At the pool. E was still too stuffed from lunch for any boat drinks but I forced her to try my dessert drink and we both declared it amazing. Early night - our pattern - as it gets so darn dark by 6 when the sun has set and it's actually 8 :00 Indiana time and frankly that's about the time I'm calling it a day at home ...
... because it tends to wonder (should that be wander I wonder? I guess it does both!). Always has, always will. But I love my meanderings, they take me outside of myself into some wonderous places.
Our first two day were "sea days" because we were at sea! And the first of these was a "formal" evening because we have to dress up for dinner and be on our best behaviour.
Again, not something I'm terribly accompliced at.
... have moulded into wavelike hills and valleys itself. The walk is beautiful and challenging and the waves have enough power to travel high on to the beach. As the water flows back down the hills the are a stunning pattern of bubbles. The far end of the beach past the tourists and the hotels the beach is pristine and quiet and the waves carry the locals in search of a private ride. I choose this spot to meditate and am overcome with a sense ...
... s dog every morning...as she is muy gordita. so now she sits at my window at 5:30 am and cries like a baby until i get my gordita out of bed.
- met kristi...who is part of the newest group of USAC students to arrive. she is heading to nicaragua after the session ends in august, so i've decided to border-cross with her and stay on little corn island for 2 weeks (until my volunteer program starts with the ...