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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Today, we started on a 3-day golfing road trip to the northwestern part of the country, Guanacaste Province, with a few (foreseen and unforeseen) additional adventures to be thrown in. The first adventure was the road, which is the Inter-Americana Norte, what we used to call the Pan-American, also Highway 1. (It's still called the Pan-American in South America, unclear why it has been changed here.) Our destination for the night was the town of Liberia. The first ...
... excavations the smell had got even worse so Sam and Helen dug a huge hole and somehow managed to bury it. Sad times. In the evening we went for a walk into the next village as it was Costa Rica's Independence Day. It was about a 15/20 min walk which doesn't sound much but when it's 30C at 6:30 in the evening with I presume as much humidity as there can be, this is not a desired walk. The local thing to do was to hitch hike down ...
... take a leisurely nap on the hammocks. We had a lot of fun talking with Miss Julie and Coach Rickert about the joys of life. When we finished with all of the painting and the clean-up, all of us girls enjoyed eating our stashed-away snacks in Jess's, Kim's, and our room. We then quickly put on our swim attire and dashed away to the Hot Springs at Yoko Termales which are made hot by the volcano. We ALL really liked the relaxing hot water and we had some very ...
... some new lodgings, GM, run by a great American guy called Greg. Greg had been putting this business together for a while now, with his close friend of ten years, as a partnership, only to see his partner rip him off for thousands and literally steal from under his and his families nose. This reminded me of an occurrence close to home, that helped shape my families future. I am glad this happened to Greg, and told him so, in the right way of course. He had a great dream, ...
... bus stopp early enough, 1:15PM. The bus showed up at exactly 1:40PM and off I went to my last beach: Playa Panama. It was kind of a long walk but I was ready to go back to the main road at 3:15 PM, hoping to hitchhike another ride which I did, luckily. A nice Tico guy and left me at the same "cruce," so I waited for the first bus coming back from Playa De Coco to Liberia. Again, another nice, comfortable ...