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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... receive attention in the United States but was very popular in South Africa during the apartheid regime. The story is about two fans attempt to find out what had happened to him. The couple Katherine and Jeff were having a movie night at their house in Cabuya and invited us to attend. Getting back to Montezuma is the big sticking point for us. Headed back up the hill for one last cooling off drink.
... almost sea sick, the views were incredibly. I cannot wait to show you all the photos of the mountains, volcanos, etc.
Our second shuttle ride from Tambor to Santa Teresea was easibly more nerve racking than the first. We dropped off the two other people in the shuttle at Montezuma and Santa Teresa, the off to the resort with my new friend and roomate, Juliette from England. The reception greeted us with delicious fresh ...
... around, or take a short ferry across the water. So onto the ferry! It was a large car ferry, but not too busy. We pulled away from the dock at 11am and began our way, slowly across the glistening flat water. Large pelican type birds were circling and diving into the water, small fishing boats zooming around us and the small islands of the peninsula gradually got closer. The peninsular was covered in small, secluded beaches, deserted, covered in forest and with ...
... a wall of mountain ranges going for miles. It was sheer breathtakingly stunning, what a way to start the day!! Two hours later we were one step closer to landing in our little beach spot. We climbed off the giant ferry, it was almost like a mini spirit of tassie. We'd been told the local bus meets the ferry when it comes in, so to ignore the few taxi sprukers that will tell you the bus isn't coming. After waiting another two hours the offer to pay $70 for the taxi to take us, ...
... all in spanish. Great motivation to learn Espanol. Oh well...such is life.
We have also learned that the local police really don't have any power whatsoever. We had 5 people on our ATV last night, and no helmets, and 3 were children and passed right by the police station and waved at the 2 policeman on the street....no problem. As I mentioned before...when the Traffico come to town from the mainland....everyone ...