Hotel Sabana B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Highlights: 1. A great run with my new amiga. We tried our own route on Tuesday which involved dodging cars and hurdling bottomless ditches. I talked to my host mom afterwards and she said 'oh no! Go the opposite way! It's much prettier and way less cars'. She was right. Lesson learned: just take the minute to ASK. 2. My friend was running a bit late for the bus ride to class, so I had to make a decision: to jump on without her or wait and possibly show up late to class. I chose #1 ...
This for my wife she has taken new challenges and tried new thing's and faced her fears
Pura vida is the laid-back Costa Rican attitude of simply enjoying life and going with the flow. There is so much natural beauty this lush country that Costa Ricans and visitors alike, sometimes stop in awe and just marvel at the scenery and ...
... 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 ...
... perch on us to eat food and a squirrel who would come down the tree to eat a peanut. A town with a beautiful town square with friendly people.
We visited a mall in Alajuela where Hannah road an electric elephant to window shop. The mall is also much like the United States with the exception of the tightened security in all the stores.
We also saw lots of country with sugar cane fields, traveled up and down the mountains with hair pin curves for ...
... of Costa Rica.
Leslie and Jorge are trying to raise funds to establish a clinic on site and I would encourage you to check out their site http://www.toucanrescueranch.org/ if you happen to have a little extra Xmas cash. After a good nights sleep (no danger of sleeping in here), it's time for us to leave and jump into the many adventures Costa Rica offers- and having ticked off the dodo bird, Deb P is on the hunt for the very rare Costan Rican unicorn.