Cabanas Arena Guadua
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> Virginia Commonwealth University and double majored in Political
Science and Latin American studies. I have several years of
experience working with students of high school and university age. I
spent the last two years working as a Parent Liaison at a high school
in Woodbridge, Virginia. My focus was working with immigrant students
from Central America from ages 14-19. In this position I was in
charge of orienting them to ...
... down the raised Sea front path looking down on the beach (with a magnum in hand) and then headed back to the hostel. Sitting in the communal area trying to get on wifi I met Emily, and after a bit of a chef we headed out to grab some food. After a couple of drinks we'd met up with a few others from the hostel and headed I to a bar - that was normally open but had put banners around the outside as walls. The next day I headed off up ...
Matt and Joey...the most Australian guys I've met but two of the best and they're both so hot! I am shallow enough to admit that I love hanging out with good looking people. I say good looking people but I really mean men! I'm so much more inspired to be on form! They're both surfers and have been living in a cute blue bungalow ...
It rained last night. It rained hard last night. It rained really hard last night. What had been a comforting pitter patter on the tin roof later sounder like jack hammers trying to drown the night. That set me to worrying. Tomorrow morning would be another ride in the very full, very low canoe - this time with all of our luggage. How would this rain affect the river? Would we be able to leave? My anxiety meter began to rise. However in the end ...
... Antoine got spaghetti bolognaise. We sampled some. The sauce was nothing more than a college kid’s attempt at cooking. Sigh.
When Antoine departed Juliette and I ventured further to Banos. We had read about a restaurant with Asian fare – Indian, Thai and Chinese. Yay! We cheered. After weeks of eating local food our tongues were wagging for some diversity. At Casa Hood Ju got the pad Thai. I ordered Cajun ...