Cabanas Arena Guadua
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It was a miserable sleep. So hot and many mosquitoes humming around. I woke up before anyone else and made my way to the common area, it was 9am. I could not believe it was so late and i was the first up, guess no one slept well last night. I got my things together and the owner Maria asked how I was, I explained why is was a bad sleep and asked if she knew where the two other hostel were that I looked up. As I was getting ...
... we didn't care much since the pay was US$5 every 3 hours of work). Even though we were open to whatever, Jack and I made it clear we were keen on being breakfast chefs for the added perks: better hours, free food, being the cool guys cooking on the beach in a beach town, learning a new skill, and developing our own menu. When we came into work that night, Hannah received a drink order and immediately handed it to me to make, and then asked me to make her a ...
... the beach. Wow. The waves are beautiful and perfect for surfing (I think I'll learn soon) and the water is warm and perfect for wave diving as well (pretty much a daily ritual now). The drinks are cheap and delicious as well on the beach. My new favorite is a Maracaibo: fresh maracuyá (passionfruit) juice blended with ice and lots of rum. The lifestyle is laid back to a certain extent and absurdly insane as well. People tend to sleep late and go to the beach during the ...
... br> The actual beach at Montaņita leaves a bit to be desired. They recommend not swimming there as it's a bit dirty so we went to the next beach over after finding some accommodation. This beach was a bit nicer. It defiantly had potential if it was not windy and rainy. David, the little cousin, had a kite. Flew that for a while until I used a spare string to rig it up as a stunt kite. Added the steering and flew it for a while but the ...
... into the deserted party town... We stumbled upon a hostel called casa blanca 20 dollars a night for a private room and HOT showers!! We also had our own balcony and hammock, can't complain with that! As we were knackered from the night bus we decided that we should have a nap before we explored the town... Montanita is very much geared up for the traveller and well as a popular beach holiday destination ...