Hotel Villa Flores
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... and the Caribbean coast has dry season this month. Instead of Monte Verde and Manuel Antonio (in the rain) we are going to venture down to Puerto Viejo, a Jamaican influenced beach resort for 6 days, setting off tomorrow, then have 9 days in Tortuguero with the turtles before the last night in San Jose. Hopefully there'll be plenty to do in these villages and enough to keep us busy, I also hope the weather is better!
We're a little "done" with travelling recently, we're ...
... that week because of that. I discovered that I can wear Kristin's shorts and Heidi's shoes just fine and that they don't make swimsuits big enough in Costa Rica for my ample American booty. Urgh! But we did discover that we can have fun with even less than we normally do. Playas del Coco Our place for the week was on the west coast in Playas del Coco. Mom joined us for the week (her first international jaunt!). Our goal was sun, surf, and relaxation, and our place ...
... amazing, people were great, and the sun was warm. Once we got tired of the swimming we decided to return to hotel to grab a bite to eat. Our driver from the airport recommended this amazing restaurant called "Milanese". It was a seafood restaurant that was about a 15 minute walk from our hotel. It was so worth it! They had fresh natural fruit juices, and very good typical food from Costa Rica. We ordered rice and chicken which came with french fries and salad. It was about $12. ...
... contain his excitement either as every rock brings 'OH MY GAAAAD!' out of him. Definitely some of the best three and a half hours of my life. I get pulled out from the boat head first by our rafting guide for no obvious reason and we are tricked to walk up the cliff where we find out that there is no other way back, except jumping down into the river! Once in a river, the stream appears to be much stronger than me and I need to be ...
... a bit tired of the twitching but that will be compensated by some zip-lining once we get to Monteverde .The Spanish is improving although I'm sure I sound like an absolute retard. Anyway, people take pity and are generally very helpful. As mentioned earlier, next up is Monteverde / Santa Elena. Bring it on!
Hmm, anyway - there will be no zip-lining for me, ...