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... North American expats and tourists. Anecdotal evidence suggests that long stretches of Costa Rica's Pacific coast have morphed from beautifully-isolated paradisiacal beaches, into mile after mile of concrete condo jungles, that are bursting at the seams with North Americans taking their obligatory two weeks of annual timeshare allotment.
Of course, on the flip side are the wonderful stories of adrenaline activities, ...
... Came back and had lunch (rice and beans) and then had a cooking class to make tamales. Everyone probably knows I don't cook, but they made it super easy, even morons like me could play along. Then we went for our horseback ride.
First off, yes it was raining and yes there were newbies to the whole horse thing. And wow, did they take us on an adventurous path. Up and down and up and down. And then add in the mud and slippery footing. No way in hell would any ...
On the way see more very large fields of sugar cane and pineapple and we are told Costa Rica is the number one producer of pineapple....and # 2 producer of bananas in the world. It is a beautiful sunny day but bus has just the right temp of air-conditioning so we are comfortable in short sleeves and shorts. Our destination is near Los Chiles and the Rio Frio. We board a boat with a top and open sides and front...perfect to explore ...
... was lovely with a private showroom. It was very basic, however I donīt believe you head all the way into deep jungle to sit in a 5* resort!
After a simple but delicious lunch, we spoke to Jearo (the father of the family and manager of the lodge) about the activities we could do in the lodge. He said he could take us fishing and when we asked how much, he said completely free which was incredible. The other lodges all had wonderful activities but they ...
... from which we had just departed) the earthquake struck. The bus went off the road and rolled numerous times, coming to rest at the bottom of the ravine. Apparently the driver was not badly hurt.
Eddie continued to pepper us with tidbits on our way back to San Jose. One I got a kick out of was his reference to speed bumps as "sleeping police".
At the hotel we went directly to our room to relax for a ...