Hotel Luna Llena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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On our way back to the boat we ran into a local fisherman on the dock. He used to live in Connecticut but has since lived in Puerto Rico. Tyler and Maya was invited to play with his kids and their friends. A treat for our kids since they are always on the search for friends to play with.
Two days in San Juan was just not enough time. On Saturday we left the historic city. We will be back another time.
Sadly this is our last day in Rincon. Up at 8am to get ourselves to Steps Beach for snorkeling. Breakfast of cereal, bananas, fruit smoothie,hot tea. Packed up chairs, snorkels and headed out.
We were one of the first groups here – beautiful snorkeling– fan, brain, antler corals and lots of cool colorful fish. Saw a flounder laying ...
... the better of the two that we visited (the second one we'll post about next) as the waves were so big! It's a very popular surfing spot, although we didn't actually try it out. The boys were happy enough just riding the waves on their own.
The holiday apartments had a pool which we made frequent use of. On the first morning the boys got up early and went in ...
... at Villa Amarilla .Carolina's friend owns this little villa right on the beach. T.J. bought the Villa in April. He sold his business and packed their bags and moved to Costa Rica! I love these kind of stories. I hope to one day have a story like that of my own. It is a dream of my mine to someday own land at the beach somewhere!
Anyways, I am getting sidetracked. On Friday we just chilled at the hotel catching up and making plans for the week.
... in Tamarindo.
Another shuttle and we’re hurtling along the rough as bones roads along, up and down the landscape of the Pacific coast. It’s typically explosive green and full of wildlife and it’s only some 5 or so hours before we’re rolling past the hotels outside of town with giant Buddha's out the front. ‘This must be it’ I thought. But soon enough we turned off the main drag and hit the dusty dirt road that lead 300m or so up ...