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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... We came back to the hotel, relaxed and went to the hotel restaurant for supper. The owner and his friend are from Rome, so we were treated to Italian food. Bruschetta, prosuccito, fresh linguine, and pizza. So far the tourists we have met on our trip are people from big cities, who are looking to get away from it all. They are wanting to decompress, relax, and be back in nature. If we had come here 3-4 years ago I ...
... part. With hungry vultures lurking in nearby trees, we kept an eye on the predators to ensure a safe passage for the testudines. Unfortunately, I missed a curious dog who'd ambled up to the beach and had turtle for breakfast. Yelling at the confused pooch was futile, so Tasha got me focused on the job at hand. At times the beach felt a little overcrowded but this can only have positive implications on the survival of the turtles. Of the many hatchings we saved from the vultures, ...
... as renting a cabana, jet ski's , etc. We read about Hector on Trip Advisor and from what we hear he goes above and beyond to help people. The resort has a whole ceviche menu and we tried a couple for lunch. Christine ordered a scallop ceviche and it was loaded with jalapenos. Her eyes were watering for the next 1/2 hour. We also drank some Imperial Lights which are a local beer here in Costa Rica and very tasty.
At this point the sun started to peak so ...
... add to the already incredible beauty outside, we bore witness to a rainless lightning storm over the densely clouded hills as the sunset created a pink sky over the ocean. As the class began to wind down and the outside into darkness the contrast between night and light grew stronger. In another world, I spent over ten minutes softly gazing out into the flashing abyss, unblinking in a ten-count (inhale, retention, exhale, retention) breathing cycle bringing me to ...
... in the area. We were to go to a souvenir store and ask for Leonardo Jr. After a false start on getting a map from him (he initially drew it on a piece of paper he needed to keep), we headed out.
I had imagined that with a name like Leonardo Jr., we were going to be looking for an elderly gentleman. Turns out Leonardo Jr. is younger than we are. Upon our arrival, he took us through the shop to ...