- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Smoking rooms available
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... br> We were driven a few miles then got off the bus and visited the square. There is a huge statue of a seahorse with a statue of a person riding the seahorse waving his hand, a welcome gesture. From there we walked to the church, small, and like most Catholic churches, lots of murals.
We rode along the country side up to the base of the jungle. From there we went to a tequila distillery and learned about ...
... br> that one has to line up for a chance to have their photo taken with
the sculpture. Alongside these beautiful whimsical bronze sculptures
were sand sculptures ranging from giant iguanas to festive Christmas
trees, and a few popular cartoon characters.
Once in a while, the waves came crashing and plumes of water sprayed down
on people and on the sand sculptures.
From the Malecon, our next stop was Wall-Mart to get our must- ...
... Guero le Marisco.
We wandered and shopped for a while, then hopped on a bus back to the ship. Now that was an adventure. Of note: the bus driver whose seat was a lawn chair lashed to a frame in front of the wheel; the man who got on with his guitar, who played and sang until his stop; the box where people deposited their fare, which looked more like a cigar box, than anything else. It was wide open, and not one person tried to steal from it. ...
... time with them - so thanks Baker family and see you this summer in Prince George at your cabin. We met Eileen and Troy from Sunshine coast who go every year to Crown Paradise for at least 3 months out of the year- thanks to them we got the load down on where and who to buy from, and what to stay away from.
To tell you just how relaxing this holiday was, I read 3 books and Karen read 4, Who does that when you have ...
Who should go?
Everybody interested in beautiful nature, amazing scenery, hiking, climbing, running...... and trains!!!
One might say, good that it wasn't crowded, but as a tourism professional myself, I am sad that tourism to this amazingly beautiful part of the country declined so much....
We did not once ever feel nervous, or sense any danger, at any time of the trip.