Casa Rural Aroma de Campo
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... even admitted that she was quite mean. She did pretty well for her exam and medications overall! I was the assistant surgeon for her spay surgery and got to cut out some ovaries, ligate the uterus, and close some of the skin incision. It was great! We had a lunch break at a different site and the food was delicious as always. Unfortunately, at lunch there was a super emaciated dog standing by the table. It is always some humbling for me to see such a skinny, ...
... country. In a way, it was actually even more depressing, because it wasn't exactly what you would call a pretty beach, with its dull, grey sand. Add the fact that the beach is completely crowded with hotels and busy bars, and it makes for a less than inviting locale ...
But there was one great thing about tonight - the fact that Playa Hermosa was a spot we had originally considered ...
... can really walk on water. Although that trip was dampened by unusually number of raining days, we enjoyed it so much and decide Costa Rica as 2015 destination for our family reunion. The trip to Costa Rica will be differently this time. Instead of trooping around different regions of the country, we zeroed in to the beach area of Samara and Carrillo. This is on ...
Relocating up to the Four Seasons, where it will be drier and less crowded.
Stopped in Liberia to have Tex-Mex, or what they claimed it to be.
Took some photos at a spot along the way across from a gas station. We stopped at this BBQ place on the way back. (more photos ...
... on shore. We met a couple from Houston who were on a jet ski excursion. This beach featured a cave that you can enter from one side of the peninsula and exit on the other side. Erick took Christine and I through the cave for a look. I got to hold a sea spider that Erick found in the cave, very creepy little critter. Back on the beach Erick spotted an animal called a Quati. It looks like a mix between a raccoon, ant eater, and possum. This little guy wasn't afraid of ...