Palmento Grove Lodge Hopkins
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Palmento Grove Lodge Hopkins
Travel Blogs from Hopkins
... Despite the age of the building it seemed clean and the residents were engaged in some cleaning, games, and crafts. They were even digging a garden while we were there.
The drive was interesting with rainforest and mountains....as well as being serenaded by an unusual version of Let it GO>, We also found a spot with unusual magnetic properties where are bus (and trailer) rolled backwards up a hill while it was in ...
... also pulls the funniest faces and always sticks her tongue out. I don't know if I've already said this, but she is the same breed as Marsel, Ross' monkey from friends.
The babies all seem to have pretty bad diarrhoea today, which probably means that they (and therefore I....) have giardia :s. We've sent off faecal samples so I'll keep you posted.... We also found a baby coral snake right next to the babies' cage, under the chair I have ...
... group enjoyed a private demonstration around the fire here at the resort. I had a headache so skipped the pounding of the drums. We all need a little downtime. We've been staying at a very tired lodge called Jungle Jeanies by the Sea. Jeanie is still running the place despite losing her husband a few months ago. Our little cabana had a bed, cold ...
... less shower allows water to spread onto the adjoining floor, the doors do not latch in a manner you'd expect them to, and the "fit and finish" is amateurish. This looks as though it might have been a garage at some point that was upgraded with wiring hidden behind a valance that runs around the exterior walls, and wire mould feeding the lights. For just a little more cash we should have stayed in Haburu House again. Oops.
We walked over to ...
... village, where a lot of the larger resorts are situated, and then headed back to go and check out the north end of town. Then the rain started again. Not heavy, but just enough to make it miserable riding. When we got back to our cabana, we ditched the bikes and headed out on foot, armed with umbrellas and jackets. The rain ...