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Travel Blogs from Quepos
... there were tons of raccoons playing the same game! We saw them steal food from one ladies bag when her back was turned. They dragged it away so fast and had a party with the cookies they found in her bag! It was good for picture taking because the raccoons also were not the least bit afraid. We also saw a long emerald green snake on the beach. Not sure what kind or if it was poisonous but I didn't want to find out! So aside from wildlife watching, we had a nice picnic lunch ...
... we get a bus half way back to Quepos and then walk a very dark road with no living soul in sight except hundreds of twinkling fireflies. We end up high above the ocean at the end of the cliff in the chilled out Ronny’s Place. There is no other bar or any other house around. We enjoy amazing views, music and drinks then Cat calls one of her many contacts and we get a lift back to the hotel where we wash the sand off ...
... most of the story except for the "break" on our tour where we had the most heavenly ocean swim off an amazing white sand beach - could have floated for hours - we are in heaven.
Decided to go 'off property" for dinner - crazy rough ride up to "Ronny's" for the best meal yet. Ceviche - I had mixed seafood, R had shrimp - best I had ever tasted! huge seafood meals after that "starter" - glad for bumpy ride down ...
... date. It's suprisingly difficult to locate outdoor equipment in a country full of awesome outdoors, but I've muddled though wind and rain (literally) and now have an even fuller backpack. On expedition there'll be around 150 people and I will be managing, with a co-project manager, delivery of up to three community, environmental or adventure projects with the help of a around twelve young people ('venturers' aged 17-24) on each project. ...
... lounge on the beach, but I’m the only soul brave enough to enter the water. Sara and the rest of the crew, after climbing some large rocky outcrops, decide to venture through the vendor areas of the portion of town we are in. Being the offseason, the hawkers are very anxious to peddle their wares to the young Americans. I’m told there are many "student specials" being offered and many return with bags loaded with souvenirs. This was a great way for these guys ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool