Casa Lima B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We went on a $35 tour that went from 6:30am-6:30pm. Our hostel owner, Manfred, became our local tour guide for the day. Driving us around Costa Rica, showing us some beautiful scenery of mountains and gave us an insight into local culture and he had great knowledge of the environment and animals. On our way to the Arenal Volcanoes and hot springs we had our first stop on the side of the road to see the tiny and fast humming birds, two ...
... I expect an embarrassing moment tomorrow. -started salsa classes today. Fun; as expected. -met a running and traveling buddy that happens to be staying with my host mom's daughter. Thanking God for her!! Plans for the weekend so far: canopy/ ziplining tour and a visit to Poas volcano national park- home to one of the worlds largest geysers. Just a tad bit excited. -adios for now! Hasta ...
... Got to our hotel, checked in quickly (multi-share for our last night with Kari, Adele and Myriam.
Booked a coffee tour for tomorrow morning 7am urghh will definitely need a coffee as soon as we get there!
Last dinner at El Mundo (opposite my hotel for tomorrow!) and had a lovely meal of pasta with pesto and seafood YUMS. Quiet affair, everyone was knackered. Said goodbye to ...
... headed to the bus station and the pacific coast. We drove through the mountains again and over canyons. At one point, we crossed a river and I could see crocodiles basking on the banks below.
I got off the bus, literally on the beach front at Manuel Antonio and started hopping along to the nearest hostel in the scorching heat. Unfortunately, that was full and so I had to make it to the next one. What would have ordinarily been an easy stroll was an enormous challenge and I ...
Our time in Costa Rica has come to an end and I'm not sure what to think. We had scheduled an extended stay in this relatively safe, beautiful, and hospitable Central American country in order to work our way through a list of five things:
1- First and foremost we wanted to get a bit of a start on conversational Spanish (DH because she heard that learning a new language wards off ...