Lodge Ylang Ylang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... might have been the highlight of the day. But upon finding the perfect apartment in Santa Teresa and seeing the beach from paradise, it turns out there was some stiff competition. Seeing the beach was a surreal experience. It is definitely paradise! Food update: Today I ate Marlin Casado at The Funky Monkey. I savoured every bite and thought of proposing to the ...
... in the trunk or one of us being flung from one side of the vehicle to the other would have been speared for sure!
Back to dinner at La Naranja, we ate another great meal for less than $40, with tip. It pays to find the small hole in the wall places.
The last bit of excitement came after dinner when Drew wanted to go back to the lobby for wifi (there is no wifi in the casitas, just the common areas). It was dark and he headed down the path only ...
... didn’t quite deliver what was
expected. The girls ordered chow mein to share, and what arrived instead of a
plate of stir fried noodles was instead a cauldron of veg in gravy, and a plate
piled high with huge deep fried crispy noodles. They weren’t best pleased. Theo
and I however ordered incredibly lavishly (our most expensive meal) and had a
feast fit for a king.
We had most of the next morning to explore Bogota ...
We did not take part in the yoga classes but we did decide to treat ourselves to dinner there twice. (We had two free air tickets from air miles offers, so we used that to rationalize ... Oon most days we fixed our own breakfast and lunch, but went out to dinner. )
By the time we walked down there in the early evening, the tide was coming in so we were on the lookout for those sneaker waves that could wash us out to sea! ...
Back To Paradise In Montezuma
After a rough start we were ready to do a little exploring and get some supplies for our days at Luna Llena. We decided to have breakfast at El Sano Banano. We had eaten in their garden there last time we were in Montezuma and it was quite delicious, though pricey.
Both ordered the Costa Rica breakfast which comes with beans and rice, two ...