Taboga: Eco Boutique Hotel
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Trevezani stayed here on Apr 6, 2013 during their trip titled: Apizaco / Costa Esmeralda.
... an English language book in Tecolutla was practically nil. I could watch television without understanding it--that sounded like fun. Meander around town in the heat? Exercise?
I’d been in training for an eighty mile backpacking trip later in the summer, and had hurt my knees in late May. After a month of inactivity, they were finally feeling OK again. I wanted to exercise, but every time I considered running or jumping jacks or mountain climbers in ...
... suitable containers. Next, I decided to herd it out the front door. I walked over to the door and slid open the screen to prepare. When I returned to the alcove, the roach was gone. I started looking for it and found it all the way over by the door, running straight for the open screen, almost as if it had understood my intentions. Only a few proddings were necessary to get it over the threshold. Once outside, it scurried away. I turned off the light and went back to sleep.
... neatly stacked, except for a few arranged in the shade. I checked my watch. I wasn’t late, I was right on time. So I sat and waited. Eventually Scott and Laura showed up. Then Luis, Susana, Fernando and a man named Vicente. Daniel and Jorge came out from the back and loaded trees into two pickups. Alicia, Carlos and Maria also appeared. There was no sign of Jackie.
We piled into several vehicles. I was in a Jeep with Vicente, Laura, and Scott. Vicente was ...
... that I was not really welcome or wanted at the turtle camp. The emotions were still overwhelming and all I wanted to do was retreat--board the next bus to Mexico City, take a taxi straight to the airport, and get myself onto the first flight home.
But that felt like a cop-out. I decided I would march right up to camp, demand that Luis explain to me what the hell was going on, and then, only then, would I run away.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsTaboga: Eco Boutique Hotel Monte Gordo
A pousada é muito tranquila. O bar encerra tarde e tem a opção de fazer fogueira na praia. Além disso, é possível fazer aulas de kitesurf.
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