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#37192 04/07/01 04:44 PM
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We are a couple of middle aged ex-hippies, whos old bones need comfort, but we are happy with funky accomodations. Looking for bargains, in order to stay longer. Stayed in little cabinas in Costa Rica that were very nice and only $30-40US. Realize things are a bit more expensive in Ac, but are there any bargains that aren't "dives"??? Kitchen unit would be helpful. Also, what about location? We are not into the night-life scene, so we don't need to be "where the action is". Basically into diving, jungle exploring, and lazing on the beach. Any suggestion? Many thanks,Da

#37193 04/07/01 10:05 PM
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daanddogs...check out the lodging section at the top of the screen..maybe Rubies? Others on the board may be able to help?


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#37194 04/08/01 02:52 AM
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hi da.....
good advice from Mary/Scott.... UNFORTUNATELY i haven't been YET, but, i've been searching and reading 10 times over, and i think i could probably be a tour guide by now!! you can find so much info by searching on this site and reading the msgs... good luck!!!

#37195 04/08/01 01:43 PM
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Try the Hideaway .. Just south of town. Pool,Resturant and bar..Cheep clean rooms and real friendly folks, Stayed there for the past 6 trips.

#37196 04/08/01 03:46 PM
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yup, Rubies, Hideaway, check lodging by pricing at: //AmbergrisCaye.com/pages/lodge/lodgingprice.html

[This message has been edited by Marty (edited 04-08-2001).]

#37197 04/08/01 07:02 PM
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Wow!!!such fast and friendly replys! Know we're gonna love it. Thinking of staying at Hotel Del Rio(casa grande)...with the kitchen, I'm willing to spend a little more. Anyone stayed there? And when would be the best time to come, to fairly guarantee good diving weather? I've taken my guy on 3 tropical vacations in November(best time for us to travel) and had the unfortunate luck of arriving just after HUGE storms which left the waters murky for weeks! He now believes all those crystal clear water shots he sees are taken in aquariums..LOL. Is November feasable? Or should we wait till January?

#37198 04/08/01 07:34 PM
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The water is always clear here. Bad days are great! Try the Conch Shell Hotel for clean cheap rooms with a kitchen.


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