The Watergarden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Watergarden Hotel Candidasa
Travel Blogs from Candidasa
... and started to chatting to her, very broke English. He told me he came down here to talk to people for free language lessons. It was hard work having conversation with him and it became a little strange when he was asking to kiss me and touch my breasts. I called Will over who was sat in a little beach hut having a little snooze out the sun. I don't think he meant any harm but it was a uncomfortable as you can never ...
... got dressed back into our clothes; we both agreed that it was one of the best massages we had ever had and walked out of the cabin area looking quite drunk - we were both so relaxed and rejuvenated that we struggled to walk! We were taken back to the reception area with a given coconut ice cream and another 15 minute complimentary massage the next time we came to the hotel.
Our massages had run 15 minutes late and we had to race back to our ...
... exposed to the mountain air, on top of a ridge from now until the top! Finally reaching the last hurdle of our journey, we are left facing what I imagine is a 60 degree incline over loose gravelly rocks, with unbearable winds and constantly sliding down after each step, which is incredibly demoralising! After the toughest experience of my life, we reach the 3,726m summit just shy of 6am, with half an hour ...
... plates, well nothing really, not even a spoon to stir your tea. But on advice from other people who owned units there we asked for utensils and a toaster etc which they promptly delivered.
We had a huge balcony which over looked the pool and we had a great view of the ocean. I found the furniture uncomfortable with my back the way it is but the bed was very comfortable.
We headed down to the pool for a swim and a cocktail and straight away we met ...
... he is ready to leave the USA and retire to the beach, maybe put a small guesthouse on it. Needless to say - we have booked a room already! Our first main stop was a pottery. We have seen many potteries on our travels but this one was a little different. It had a very unique style of design and one man was covering pots in fabric. Quicker than painting an intricate design for sure. There was also the opportunity to have a go yourself but unfortunately we had arrived behind a ...