La Paloma Cottages Las Flores
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... with a coupon from a friend on their website. All you truly need however is a good set of polarized sunglasses for your trip. Save your ojos.
#24 **** Shovel - $5 REI or REI.com: If you're camping on your trip, buy one. Not only do you dispose of your waste easily but you don't attract unwanted company while you are sleeping.
#25 Hideaway Neck Wallet - $12 Ebay new: These are quite necessary in most areas. You want to keep a secret stash (or two) somewhere in case ...
... girls in bikinis, dread locked and tattooed travelers. Back to convincing yourself that 50 push-ups a day is reasonable and won't be an inconvenience. Back to ordering food without being certain what it is. Back to saying yes to a locals question even though you only understood one word of it. Back to asking if the bar or cafe has wifi before you even open the menu or sit down. Back to wishing you learnt another language, which one it doesn't really matter. Back ...
day" so we’re in our cabin waiting for our breakfast room service – it’s just
easier that schlepping up to the dining room at 08:00 a.m. Deb and Jamie have their eyes on
the jewelry sale in the atrium for 10:00 ish, while I’m signing up for the
Texas Hold’em Tournament at 11:30.
We’re scheduled to arrive in Puerto ...
... transportation is the golf cart. Cars are at a premium and only 800 are allowed on the island. You must register your CAR (no plurals) and if for some reason your car leaves the island or "dies" on the Island there is a 40 YEAR waiting list for a car to come back on the Island! Actually, that's good thinking on the part of the leaders otherwise the place would be over run. If you wish to be able to drive into the interior you have to pay ...
... but is aware that there are people with food down below. He suggested that we keep food locked up but that we didn't need to fear the bear. My husband wasn't so convinced because we were in a canvas tent trailer and right next to the bed was a big pack of Oreos. A friend in the campsite next was late on his horn and that scared the bear off but he returned the next night looking again for special treats. He wasn't disappointed as we had forgotten to clean up after a ...