- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I had been to the park before when I came in dec,beer but I had gone straight to the beach and not explored the actual park, so it was really ice cycling around it all. We bought some food with us and we had a chill out on the beach after about 1 1/2 hours of cycling. We just sunbathed, ate and chatted a while and then got an ice cream. We then started to head back on the bikes. The girls were going to leave that night hit decided not to and so we stopped off on ...
... a bit cloudy which was good as if not it would have been too hot. It really got sunny by the last couple of hours so I went for a quick dip in the freezing cold sea. I kept checking with the lifeguard I was ok to walk around the points and that I was going the right way. They were all very friendly and when I told them where I was walking to they all said 'wow you really must like walking' clearly they don't. I remember in Mexico with Tas we wanted to ...
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... type buildings. Most of which were closed it still being out of season. At the hostel we were told there is no ATM in the town (more like a village actually) and most places don't take card. This is a problem, as with an ATM charge of US$6 (even for Pesos) we've been avoiding taking money out, thinking that by paying by card any charges will still come in as less than using an ATM. There is a certain irony in coming into and leaving the country essentially penniless.
... I could lift the bike over the fence. At least not
without hurting myself.
I had 2 options: first, I could go all the the way back I
came before I came across the cows. Which was very long and a very big detour as I've already seen
the fort so close where the cows were.
Or second, I could be brave enough
and pass the cows.
Because I already drove so far today and my legs
were still a bit sore from my run two ...