The Haven Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the goods. I think the most interesting thing that we learnt on the tour is that the 'real' coffees that we drink back home (i.e. espresso) are made from the poorest quality and burnt beans, hence why they have to be processed into espresso. The best coffee should be strong not because of the 'burnt' flavour but because of the strength in it's coffee flavour and should merely be ground and brewed into 'perk' coffee so as not to spoil the flavour... and it was delicious. A long ...
... it! I went so far as to ask in spanish if I couldn't buy a jar of salsa but I think I butchered trying to ask so the waiter just looked at me and giggled. He either thought I was joking or really didn't understand me. :) I think the latter of the two. Haha after lunch I wanted to go to the horse farm in town. So we walked 10minutes up the road to the farm entrance and it was closed. The farming in this area is absolutely magnificent. They're all ...
... captain free dive with a spear for lobsters and huge conch shells which they eat for tea. We stayed on another village island where we had tea and played more werewolf.
On our third day, we finally had some sunshine, we headed for a smaller island, which only has 1 kuna family living on it, where we set up our hammocks to stay for the night. This was literally paradise. It was a small island with lots of palm trees, basically surrounded by white ...
... carb foods (hello one jar of peanut butter eaten in just 2 days), water (though in the end we didn't have enough and had to descend dehydrated, with only 500 mls left), and warm clothes. The trek went something like this: we left mid morning and, after a hot, sweaty, STEEP climb, with all of our gear on our backs (about 10kg each), we arrived at the summit in time to set up our camp before sunset. And it was a pretty damn amazing sunset. As soon as we stopped moving ...
... leg, as the cab was not obviously not equipped for long journeys. The transmission kept skipping in all gears except 1st, and he had nooooo radio, so all we was sit in awkward silence and hoped the the vehicle wouldn't die on us in the middle of nowhere, and climb sllllloooowwwllllyyyyy up every hill in first. With a lot of muttering and sounds of frustration from our driver, we luckily made it to Lost and Found, where we had to ...