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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... were there we were accosted by giant flying grasshoppers (at least 6 or 7 inches long). It was super freaky! We also had some overnight visitors (scorpions, tarantula, iguana on the roof). Overall though, the house was great and our two families had an awesome time staying there and loved waking up to the howler monkeys in the trees outside our house! While we were in Samara, we hung out at the beach in town where kids surfed, spent a couple of days at Playa ...
... did go up to try and see anything, the cloud is always so thick up there. We have found, since arriving, people don't normally visit this time of year. So we have altered our plans, when I researched I knew it would be raining season, as it was in Thailand, but didn't expect this much rain. Normally in these countries it's very predictable and will rain 3 hours a day, not here! It can be at any time for any amount of time. So the entire country has raining season at different times ...
... or so in the pool, we came back to life, showered and walked over to a nearby hotel, The Hideaway for a delicious dinner and a bottle of wine. I think Robin fell asleep by 7:30. I sat on the balcony overlooking the twinkling white lights of the pool/restaurant and listened to soothing sounds of bossa nova. My reality for the day, I'll never be a contestant on the Amazing Race.
Lessons learned for the day: Always carry first aid, a phone and local phone numbers with you.
... rocks with petroglyphs carved into them. As we arrived, a wild horse approached us and followed us as we made our way through the terrain. We split up and read The Creation Story while engulfed in a perfect example of God's glory. After discussing what we learned, we went on a tour through the land and ate fresh oranges right off of a tree. We learned about the indigenous people who lived there hundreds of years ago. We visited their cemeteries and learned ...
... superman position we were able to see the Tarzan Swing! Gulp! To anybody that didn’t already know what to expect, they would’ve believed it to have been a bungee platform; it was so high, and with all the bungee ropes ready for their next victim. The walk from the edge of the mountain to the platform was a daunting one. Essentially a hanging bridge with no destination, we walked the plank one by one and had no idea what to expect. Nor ...