Laguna Azul Eco Lodge
Travel Blogs from Isla Popa
... upset when Beto decided to wait and find somewhere else to eat because he got this incredible deli sandwich so I'm determined to get one later. We are gunna have to wait till tomorrow until we go out again but I don't mind because now I'm sitting on the jetty out in the ocean just chilling with all the ocean and islands around me. Tomorrow though is our night to paint the town red and turn up on the Panama news for newest bad ***** in town! Il let you know how it ...
... beds with a great view of the surfer’s beach. We chilled there for a couple of hours and ended up having lunch. We cycled to three different beaches, one with a nice pier to chill out on, and the sea was just so warm! Completely deserted too, I was actually kind of worried, thinking, “these beaches are so nice, where is everyone? Are we not supposed to be here or something?” It was very strange, but nobody was to be seen, so ...
... a mere glimpse of light breaking through the clouds; it seemed only seconds before every resident living within 2 miles of the town emerged on the streets, filling up every cafe, bar and restaurant. I reluctantly gave up my table for the new guests, but not before taking a few minutes to really observe the scene. Even in the midst of pouring rain and a hot humid day, the Panamanians seemed right in place, always at peace and always happy. At noon we hailed a water taxi and ...
... and he had made a group of new friends. They were a lovely group of girls from Canada and Sweden. We all spent the rest of the day swimming and drinking at Aqua bar.
In the evening, we cleaned up for drinks at the hostel before heading to a bar at another hostel. After the hostel bar closed at midnight, we went to Iguana's because they again had dollar shot night. We danced the night away.
Tuesday was the first morning, I woke up to sunshine! I ...
Since Nicaragua, I've done the following: overspent, over drank, under slept, over ate, under performed and completely eradicated any element of self control from my formerly budget conscious existence. As such, I'm feeling broke and self pitiful, not to mention creatively stunted. But back to the blog (procrastination is a key ingredient in my lack of productivity, as is Facebook). So Yes, Costa Rica is extremely pretty. Visitors can gorge on its green, lolling landscapes, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool