Hotel Casitas Sollevante
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Loading up with fruit and water after breakfast, I walked the short distance down the hill to the main street and turned onto the beach. Lovely, clean, white sand fringed with palm trees, it wasn't difficult to find a spot and make yourself comfortable. What was surprising was how few people were on the beach. Then again it stretches right along the coast and you can walk as far as you want really to find a ...
We kept hearing a bird making a very melodic call and finally Robert spotted the bird and it was the long tailed manikin! The males are such beautiful birds; with red and blue on them as well as their very long tail feathers! He was trying to attract a female with his call and there was a female there and we did not realize it was the female until we got back and looked in the bird book and there it ...
... The namaste rolls were rice paper rolls and the dipping sauce was so very good.
On our way back, stopped at the store and bought the ingredients to make our own gazpacho soup along with a black bean salad. Put the can of corn and salsa base in the freezer to chill and put the tomatoes, cucumber and carrot in the refrigerator to cool down. Worked on stories for awhile and then went up and made the ...
Call it that because we have been told by locals that the road is a private one that leads to a very old estate which overlooks the pacific, that is now being developed.
Decided to try the road we discovered two years ago again. First time we attempted it discovered that now their was a barbed wire makeshift gate across it. A guy rode up on a motorcyle and Robert tried to ask permission in Spanish but we could ...
... so camp he made Graham Norton seem like Daniel Craig and a 23 year old who said she had never left British Colombia before I sensed these wouldn't be friends for life. All but 2 of that number were from the USA or Canada, and the tour was just a weeks holiday for them, most traveling alone, so there was a slight 'Freshers Week' feel to the socialising where alcohol was used at every opportunity to form plastic bonds with other "cool and interesting" people, ...