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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of bikini/board short clad people, cool box in hand vamos-ering la playa (hitting the beach). After enjoying an al fresco breakfast accompanied by a poorly attended, but highly vocal religious street procession with loud speakers and mobile effigies we caught a shuttle to nearby Herradura Beach, the epicentre of playa vamos-ering where a pricey, but hugely convenient boat took us direct to Montezuma Beach. Enroute we came across a pod of dolphins that we watched breach ...
... at Nativo before heading back to the room. Of course easier said than done because there were some interesting people to visit with. Three people from Los Angeles who had driven from Liberia to Santa Teresa who said it was a journey they did not think they wanted to make again. Said the road was very rough and got lost a couple of times and the GPS did not get all of the roads exactly correct! Had a very lively visit ...
... have been funny to move my sandals and make me think they got stolen. So, he went to go get my sandals he hid and they were really gone. Someone really stole them. It was kind of a bummer because they were my favorite sandals and I had them for 5 years. It wasn't a big deal because either way I should have listened to Brian and not left them on the beach even if Greg did move them. After looking for my sandals we loaded up and Brian took us to a ...
... 30 and no sign of pool being ready, so we asked for our money back and headed to the Best Western on the seafront road. With aircon, breakfast and pool it was only a bit more expensive than equivalent at the hostel, but benefit of pool worked, room was nicer, tv, coffee maker etc. We then chilled and then it rained, but we continued to chill.
Went out to eat at about 8.40, but most places were closed, in the end ...
... inexpensive and good…rice mixed with various seafood treats, some fries and a small salad. But while enjoying this little feast, a family appeared in front of the soda; a young man, his wife and 2 very small children, looking quite exhausted and carrying 2 ragged backpacks. The man went to the kitchen while his wife explained me that they were desperate for food. In all of the years I’ve been coming here, I’ve seen great wealth and abject poverty, ...