Cabanas Arena Guadua
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... my bus which arrived on time. 2.5 hours later I arrive in Montanita in the dark, ask around for my planned hostel and after 20 minutes of walking and searching, find it. I would be sharing a dorm with 4 very young girls, oh fun.
I went for a walk to get some food, and found the city to be a big party town, full of youths drinking and doing drugs, wild parties and everything else that comes with it. I decided to leave within a couple of days. I wasn't ...
... mangroves trees for over 20 years now because in the 70's they had been all chopped down. The mangroves are very important for the stability of the island, fish, and birds. Francisco and our English guide did reinactent of the legend of the dwarf. Also I got a love poem for. Francisco. Very funny. The tour group were very nice and took me back to Bahai. The tour cost only $10 with the group.by myself $20. Very worth while the ...
I woke up pretty late and decided to head to my favorite food place in Montañita for a tuna wrap, a fruit salad, and a fresh apple and cucumber juice. I took care of some errands, and packed up my stuff, and made sure I hand my tent poles all set up and then headed out for my bus around 4pm. Before I left the campsite, I smoked with some of the South American travelers at the site. They all tried selling me their crafts and one guy asked me if I had a pair of ...
... hundreds of people pass out on the beach every night using nothing but other bodies as pillows. Seriously, directly on the sand, sometimes face-first. The lack of ***** given by the police about pretty much everything here is really impressive and should be, in my option, applauded. One specifically interesting night, Jack and I spent the night with a couple cute Chilean girls and then we met a doctor who was with his family. He really wanted to chill with me and Jack ...
... and grab a bottle of rum, some coke, some cups, limes and ice for under $10. Not bad.
Once properly lubricated and ready to attempt to dance we went to some night club. Or discoteca as it's know here, night clubs are where the strippers are. There was an MC, which it's pretty old school. Never seen that before. Fine for a while, but you really get sick of hearing "Arriba!!" every 30 seconds for 4 hours... Apart from that it ...