Laguna Azul Eco Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Laguna Azul Eco Lodge Isla Popa
Travel Blogs from Isla Popa
... On Tuesday night this week, a group of 9 girls or so spent the evening together and then went to Iguana, the bar. No one was a native English speaker except me, with a mix of Dutch, German, Italian and Swiss, however everyone communicated with each other in English. Not solely for my benefit, but I still felt bad that I only know one language! It is easy to be lazy, but to be fair it is also difficult to practice too when I know everyone's ...
... season here the water wasn't that clear so I've decided against doing an open water course here, maybe I'll scuba again in Costa Rica though. This week I also went to Playa Bluff which has the biggest waves, there was no chance of swimming and not drowning but the three of us slept on the beach and it was really pretty. Everywhere is really pretty here! We also went to Red Frog beach on another of the island on Thursday, named after the red frogs that ...
... tour guide and 3 Asian Americans. Fortunately we had come equipped for trekking up steep hills in the muddy rainforest and us three were all wearing trainers. However, the Americans where wearing sandals and although offered the option of wellies they declined. On recap, while no longer having to be sympathetic, this was hilarious as they flew down the banking, the dad at one point completely stacking it, Jesus ...
... We hit up wrappy hour again, of course, and then it was time for a night at aqua lounge, which is just across the water. It's a great club with ladies night free drinks, swings where you can swing into the water and just holes in the decking to jump in. It was a great ...
... at first until it dawned on us that we were actually going to get to see a turtle laying it's eggs on the beach. By the time we reached the turtle, it was at the top of the beach and ready to start digging. It digs a bed maybe 30cm deep before digging a hole about 70cm deep and 30cm across for the eggs. It was fascinating to watch this huge turtle, it's shell was 150cm long, digging the hole so precisely with it's back flippers. The flippers could reach down onto the ...