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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... and went to a bay where we saw sea turtles. We had fresh watermelons and pineapple and croissant sandwiches with tomatoes and cucumber and cheese! It was so nice to have everything already set out and planned for us! We then went snorkelling in a small bay where I saw lots of neat fish. It was the first time I had snorkelled during our travels - something I really wanted to do! Overall I was so impressed with the tour and how the guides handled everything and it was a wonderful ...
... looking toward the street entry from our casa ... home of Lorena the resident parrot, a rooster, various hens and chicks, a bunch of iguanas, and Agrapina (lives on site as gatekeeper, grounds and maintenance supervisor, and reportedly has some type of native "witch doctor" abilities ... introduced as "la Jefe" of the property)with her husband and a son (I think). There are 4 ...
... of a fan drowns most noise too. Feeling refreshed, we go for a walk around town as Leesh wants to taste the local street vendor ceviche, but they have all packed up for the day. So we grab some eggs and tuna and head back to the hostel to chill out before having an easy dinner on the balcony and people watch for a bit. The balcony on the first floor where we have dinner is so loud being right on the street side and we are pretty happy we are two stories ...
... asked to come along. They spoke Spanish and some English so they offered to help translate. They are volunteers helping the locals establish the area as an Eco-protected tourist business.
We climbed up on our not particularly happy horses and set out with the others walking. At first it was a fairly gentle grade which was good as we tried to get used to being on horses. A few splashes through the river, a few gentle runs ...
... was algae? Anyway, despite this I could still see why people recommended the beach to me. It has an air of isolation, because to get there you have to walk or get a tuk-tuk from the main road down a 2km dirt path. The beach sweeps round very nicely, with hills in the background and some bright green plants growing through the sand along the edge of the sand.
I had a nice swim with some of the others, some snacks for lunch and a walk along the beach with S, and ...