La Luna Azul Bed and Breakfast
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... fun tour. We also spent a day driving out to an animal rescue center and seeing jaguars, pumas, toucans, ocelots, and monkeys. Some had very sad stories and could never be returned to the wild. (We never saw our turtles or sloths on the trip though. :( ) From there we found a waterfall to picnic by and swim around in (water seems to be the theme of this part of the trip). Another One Checked Off I'm not gonna lie, Costa Rica wasn't quite the paradise I was expecting ...
- Free wi-fi
- Breath-taking view of the mountains and Gulf of Nicoya from your own balcony, right off the bedroom on the second floor
... athletic clothes if you plan on doing this along with comfortable shoes) We booked our ziplining tour with "Isyss Tours". Seriously, one of the best companies ever. $50 per person to zipline and this included transportation to and from the ziplining site. We were picked up at 9 AM from our lovely driver Carlos. He met us in the hotel lobby and from there we were off to our Congo Trail Canopy Tour! It was about a 25 minute drive away from our hotel. Upon arrival you see the ...
... snorkel and well you get the drift. I also have to do this by the way but it's not quite my time yet... I was unfortunately closing tonight so I had to go straight from work to coconutz and sat by myself like a loner while I waited for everyone to show up. Wonderfully we were also given happy hour prices for our group all night $1.40 for a margarita, I'm not exactly complaining. Taylor had come super prepared with a tshirt with a load of snorkel test slogans on it as well as ...
... speak with this woman but I got a little ticket in case I was wrong. I couldn't be bothered to argue with them about being complete pricks and just decided to pay and leave that to Esteban. The taxi driver took me back and I went into the house to wait for the potential electricity to come back on in a few hours. Wonderfully the taxi driver came back and took me outside to our metre where he chopped off the metal clip they had placed on it and then just flicked a switch to turn ...