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... world! Although I didn't find it until after I'd already eaten. But I have a 4.5 hour layover there on the way home, so I will definitely check it out then.
The flight down to Costa Rica was actually very pleasant for once. When I'd booked the ticket there weren't any Economy seats open, so I paid a little extra to get an exit row seat. I've experienced getting bumbed off a flight before, when I didn't have ...
... at Wyndham Herradura Convention in San Jose the country's capital. After settling in our room,, we walked over to Hard Rock Restaurant for dinner and drinks. there was a band playing and we stayed a bit for the karaoke session. If it's not for the fact that songs played are all Spanish, we cld hv stayed longer. I'd in had enough drink, I could hv the guts to go onstage and sing the only Spanish song I know.. la Isla Bonita by Madonna.
... else wanting to do a tour into the Corcovado National Park, once described by National Geographic as "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity". There was no one else apparently. I was out of luck due to it being rainy season, and hence low season.
I had an early night and fell asleep to the sounds of the jungle. Early in the morning I awoke to the sounds of the jungle - the ...
... with a short stop at a grocery store along the way. Once at Rio Sarapequi we got suited up with helmets, life jackets and paddles before splitting into groups of four and heading out. Being near the end of the dry season the water level in the river was fairly low so instead of being class 3/4 it was more like 2/3. After a going through the basics we were off heading down river. With the low levels we were bouncing the boat off a lot of rocks so we had to try ...
... coaching before we hard code our bad habits. Have to give this a C grade which includes the five balls DH hit to the crocodiles in the river adjacent to the tennis court (not sure Roger Federer ever had to deal with a tennis hazard like that!).
5- We also wanted to fully explore the Eco-tourism reputation that Costa Rica has carved out for itself. We did get out to see most of ...