Arilapa Bed & Breakfast
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My second day at Arilapa I’m sure a lot of you saw me online. The internet connection there was stellar and I was having a hard time getting used to the thought of not having plans for an entire month. That is a strange feeling and I hope you all can experience it at least once in your lives. I still don’t think I can grasp …
Hoffmann woodpecker (feeding from bannana flower)
Saffron finch (? not meant to be in Costa Rica but can't see what else - pinky legs)
Scarlet rumped tanager (male and female)
Black cheeked woodpecker
Rufus Tailed Hummingbird
... looking straight out of the Jurassic.
In La Virgen, I’ve had more than a great time working and living with my great friend, Rigoberto. He keeps me laughing when I’m tired from the field, energized with soccer games, entertained with his singing and dancing antics, well-fed with his delicious lunches of rice, beans, and eggs from the house and fresh fruit juices, integrated with the community with his church get-togethers and family ...
... selection of coffees grown as part of a co-operative arrangement across the various coffee growing areas of Costa Rica (each offering a different vintage!) One of the nice things about these clever coffee growing types is that they also happen to grow and manufacture some very good chocolate - combine the two and you have a deliciously morish treat!
Leaving the Britt factory with Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball drinking large mugs of their precious cafe, ...
... computer, a TV room (there are no TVs in the rooms), and then we were brought to our room. Each room is its own villa so we had to go back out side to get to the room but there are umbrellas at the office and then we kept one at the room. The lady showed us all around the room which was a little awkward but whatever. Once she left, we could properly freak out and squeal about how cool everything was. We took pics and then decided on what to ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed