The Red Palm Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Red Palm Villas Santa Teresa
Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... for the rough road and not wanting it differently was to preserve the place for the brave of heart and those who learned how gorgeous this place is. But honestly!! THAT rough?? our bodies felt battered and bruised and I was exhausted by it all - heh. A swim in the heavenly pool helped. umm, no, I think I'll pass on the 4 pm yoga session... Dinner was phenomenal organic yumminess and I fell into bed at 8 pm!!
... the way out to the beach. It really was so serene and like our own little paradise, apart from the racoons which were trying to steal stuff left, right and centre.
After gradually saying goodbye to the amazing people I have met on my trip through Central America, it was time to say “hasta luego” to Marissa and Astrid L Then, after one more night together in San Jose, it was time to say goodbye to Michelle, ...
... ready to eat. It was decided we would have dinner in the empty pool at the resort for a unique setting. The remainder of the night was spent in the pool enjoying great food and the company of great people consisting of Janessa, Joaco, Sandy, Jonathan, Rob, Esperanza, and Karen.
Friday morning March 30th I went to the super market to buy some food for the next day’s breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. I was now staying in Hostel Rio Carmen just down ...
... He also once asked a class of students if he thought a building could have a soul...
I definitely do. I feel like most places I have lived have had souls, and have been "my place". I don't think you need to be in "your place" to be happy. I think that we are resilient and ...
... In her eyes a big red sign flashes: “I want it!” We move in a few days later.
The Master. I have a habit of looking for a Martial Arts school in every place where we stay more than a week. After a few days here I discovered that Santa Teresa boasts a plethora of surf, yoga and Spanish schools, but no martial arts. Bummer! A couple of weeks later Mai and I are watching a movie about the life of Ip Man, one of Bruce Lee’s Kung Fu ...