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... and then a laundry room, at the back of which is a bathroom, which is also en suite to the spare bedroom. Off to the right of the hallway is the master bedroom, with ensuite and closets. This is quite roomy, and all was very professionally laid out.
As you go out the back door, out a steel gate, up another flight of stairs and through another steel gate is the shining glory of the house. The Roof Top.
As you enter this space from ...
"He has a rough life", she says of the little boy eating pancakes and peanut butter at her dining room table tonight. "The grandmother has NO money and yet somehow manages to feed him. Sometimes I'm just amazed how they survive," she says.
Earlier he'd walked out of here with a "sewing kit" she'd made up for him. A needle, a little thread and a tiny button. He was thrilled.
... stayed in the resorts, rarely venturing out to town. When we did, we usually took a taxi and did not
do much walking around, so we were not exposed to the experience. I must add
that the season was slow. The locals told me that tourism is down, there were
no cruise ships in and that business was very slow. So, naturally, they had a
lot of time on their hands and what little tourism there was, they would jump
on the opportunity.
... an immense amount of tropical trees (from palm, to banana, to paradise bushes and especially birds singing their glories). While making our way into town, I had consulted my lonely planet guide and requested we check out Bungalow Aurinko. To all of our amazement, these bugnalows were superb! We were shown what was to become our home for the week; again an open concept suite, the kitchen connected to living room that house a hammock, my bed for ...
... pastries at La Yarita which is right across the road from Freddy Tucan’s, but just a couple of doors up from Freddy was a massage place offering a special promotion – 75 minute massages for 350 pesos, so I had one of those first. The place was like the one I had a massage at yesterday – just a tiny anteroom that opens onto the footpath with a room at the back just big enough to hold a massage table, some shelving and an air conditioning unit. Great massage and ...