Hotel Shawandha Lodge
Travel Blogs from Puerto Viejo
... it to yoga every day since Wednesday and plan to practice at least once a day.
I start Spanish study on Monday, for two weeks, 4 hours a day, I'm looking forward to speeding up my conversations, at the moment my chat usually go like this: Someone asks me a question - I have I thought of a response - translated it to Spanish - and am ready to deliver it - the person who asked me the ...
... some food. There is a grocery store a short distance from us which is a bonus.
Joanne also got her hair shaved right off today with the initials EJ shaved into her head. She says she likes it and it keeps her cool.
While we were walking back to our cottage rental, we noticed this Yoga company that was abandoned. Well, you know us with abandoned properties. We love to explore them. Well, this was no difference. We wondered on in and ...
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- Pantr y Items: spices, condiments, and other base food items
- Oven: gas
- Refri gerator: new
- Stove : gas
... pounding of waves, the intoxicating scent of flowers, the steady stream of reggae beats, the sudden flash of color as a brilliant tropical bird flies by, are all capable of stopping one in their tracks to absorb it all. Except for the taxis that occasionally scream by, the word "frenetic" has no place here. People still work hard here, kids thrive in school, and things ultimately get done, but without the feeling ...
... end of Puerto Viejo and back along the beach, then back to the hotel. The first night I slept most of the night on the deck of the Hostel in a hammock. It was so hot there and the rooms had rickety fans but no A/C – with the breeze off the ocean it was nicer outside. However all the drunks coming and going at all hours finally got to me at 3:30 and I went into the room.
Saturday morning started by swimming on our private beach at ...