Cabanas Arena Guadua
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... would be well balanced - it turned out it was! The town itself is very small with all the night clubs, restaurants and hostels in the very crowded town centre. We decided to stay just outside of this in the slightly quieter area across the bridge in the north if the town, which was only a 2 minute walk back to the centre. Oddly enough there was an English chap from Ipswich in our hostel, he supported Norwich though ...
... to my travel requirements - off the beaten path, some culture shock, affordable, and fun things to do. We will return home more rested than from most trips as even in the jungle, down time was incorporated into the daily schedule. We only changed hotels 3 times - and other than the Airport hotel, stayed 4 nights in the same place. I really liked this and hope to plan other trips this way. It is so much more relaxing than moving all the time. ...
... Andrea and Will longer - maybe even finishing our game of Phase 10! In the end our 5:15 flight departed at 7 pm. There were lots of emails between us and our new host, Poncho, and thankfully our driver was waiting for us when we arrived. He drove us the 2 hours to our new home for 4 days - the Viejamar Surf Hostel. We arrived at about 10 pm. Exhausted from the long, stressful day. Poncho showed us our small little cabin, complete with a window ...