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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Buenos Aires Santa Teresa
Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... to eat here. The food choices are always so hard because they all sound so good. Laura had the tuna in mango sauce and Robert had fish chunks wrapped in grilled eggplant with a sauce. Both very delicious. Decided to walk back along the beach because the moon was full and bright and made the walking back quite easy.
Got back to Luna Llena and went upstairs and had a drink and enjoyed the moon through the palm leaves from our favorite chairs.
... 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 ...
... northern beaches, I could maybe see a total of about 20 people...! The sunset was lovely. Not as good as yesterday, but I always love a sunset! After that, we headed to a beach bar - banana beach for some mojitos! We had dinner at a pizza restaurant - you can be miles and miles from Italy and still get delicious pizza!! Time for bed. My final evening in this amazing place. Tuesday 4 November 2014 So sad to be leaving today. But after making some mango porridge, ...
... the humidity left you feeling permanently sweaty and uncomfortable so I decided a nice cold shower would work a treat before putting my head down for the night. As I climbed out the shower I grabbed my towel and shook it out, something I'd gotten into the habit of doing since being away, just in case any little friends where hiding in there. I couldn't believe it, all of sudden an excruciatingly painful sting from inside my towel strikes twice on my finger. I immediately scream ...
... need" unless you get to San Jose, 5 hours away. No walmarts, very remote. Very frustrating when we are used to having everything we need. It's all good for us. For instance.....we brought a hammock and we need a rope to hang it. Nobody sells rope so you walk down the road and if you see something that you need...someone will sell it to you or share with you etc...which is what Brian did this morning. A gentleman had some rope coiled in ...