Villas de Palermo Hotel & Resort
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A quick stopover to allow us to plan our visit to Costa Rica and how to get across the border. With a visit to Playa Maderas for a swim and some beach time. Later the crazy but lovely hostel manager took us to Playa Hermosa to watch the sunset, I could ...
... poked it again and again until I was practically on the shore! But the guide was unsuccessful. I swam back out, and we started to head back. The water was pretty murky, but I could still see 2 other pufferfish. I kept my distance as you could imagine, and I arrived back in a happy, wet mood!
After experiencing the amazing and spectacular (drumroll please) kids clubs in Llao Llao and on the cruise, I was ready to see what the one here was all about. I went in, and the ...
I woke up decently early to start my day off with a good meal of pancakes to soak up all the alcohol I was about to consume. The day started off really slowly, consisting of getting ready and then just waiting for the party to start. Once it did, it was good fun. I met up with the Danish and German guys and hung out with them for most of the night. I really didn't drink much at all. Or at least not enough to get me ...
... the road! After a 3 hour delay the hostess announced that we wouldn't be making it to Managua tonight, but would be spending the night in San Salvador - a notoriously unpleasant city in El Salvador where even Papa Johns Pizza restaurant has 5 armed security personnel patrolling outside - eeek! With money already wasted on a booked hostel in Managua and no affordable options apparent for accommodation here we opted to sleep in the ...
... a collectivo. When we arrived at the ferry terminal he told us we owed him $5 US each for the 4km journey, Jac fired up and had a nice argument with him, we finally negotiated for $200 cordobas for the trip (about $3 US each) what a prick. After waiting a few hours we loaded what could only be described as a refugee boat. The two level launch really looked like what you expect the asylum seekers to arrive at Christmas Island in. We unlucky ended up downstairs amongst ...