Villa Azalea, Inn & Organic Farm
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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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 ...
... the sun to set (which is beautiful by the way, photos below). Guillermo, Alex, myself and another legend from the staff at Oasis hostel, Omar, did the same again on Saturday night - La Ingrata and Mandala's. They left a little earlier than I ...
... night, the entrée option was crab legs. Now my husband loves “crawlers” as he calls them. Since food is included, he discovered that if you ask for seconds, they will bring them – it was once he started asking for a couple entrees that I could almost watch his stomach growing. On crab leg night, he got not one, not two, but three entrees of crab legs! He was then known by a couple of the waiters as “Hey! Crab ...
... over in pain, but I stopped just close enough to his member to allow him the wake up call that I could clearly take care of myself and cause him damage. I think the message was received clearly that no means no. We walked back to my hostel, they were pretty drunk, I was not quite in the same condition. I made it to my hostel, safely and soundly, and I would not be human if I had not imagined that the walk home of these little macho men ...
... almost as though we don't even exist....oh my god, it's Sixth Sense all over again. No, that can't be right, or else that funny old ice cream guy wouldn't laugh at my Spanish every night. Also, every day around here seems to bring some different kind of event - like a musical performance in the square, a huge street birthday party with kids in costumes, the enormous Thursday market that rolls into town and takes over half the town, or even ...