Heliconia Island Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... a restaurant in mind. It is in San Rafael above Heredia. He and Margarita used to live in Heredia about 15 years ago so they know their way through town. Traffic is horrendous and I'm happy I'm not at the wheel. Out of town, we srart to climb and soon we're lost. See! It isn't just us!! We're way lost and Butch takes a voice vote at each intersection on which way to go - that way it isn't just his fault we're lost. haha! Eventually we give up trying to ...
... our dinner with a glass of wine and the lights out - while watching the amazing 180 degree view far down below us in an elongated valley; sight of the 2 cities of San Jose and Heredia, with all their lights twinkling. Far off to the right we could see planes taking off from the International airport. There were no curtains in the house and one showered looking over the view, with one of the walls a floor to ceiling window.
... 2 weeks! During these two weeks I was able to check 6 new countries off my "to visit" list and claim that, yes, I did experience all of these countries. Or did I? I Costa Rica, my only memories are of many hours spent sitting on a bus... a tedious wait at the border... and a couple of hours wandering around the capital city. 1 town visited. 11.5 kilometers walked. 10 memories created. 0 photos taken. 0 interesting encounters. My exploration of neighboring Panama ...
... you to see. She has amazing pictures of birds and other animals, as well as scenery and us.
Supper was buffet style again. We started with a pureed vegetable soup with crusty French bread. They offered black beans and rice, of course, but also tomatoes with cilantro, salad, broccoli, zucchini, chicken, sausage, pork chops, homemade potato chips and more. So I was able to put mostly veggies and meat on my plate, but ...
... the wild as they have been hunted almost to extinction and a young bird can be sold (illegally of couse) for about £2,000. A great temptation. That was the first time the guide had seen one perched in over 2 years, and the first seen flying in over 2 months. I had asked him to find one for me at the start of the walk and he had said it was not possible. He could not believe how lucky we were.
The next day we visited Kirimbina Biological Reserve where research into tropical ...