Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rocks to jump off. The water was a little on the cold side but it was lots of fun and we spent plenty of time here. I attempted a backflip off the rock and for a first attempt didn't embarrass myself to much! On the way to the natural hot springs, Manfred again spotted something else in the trees, this time is was iguanas. They were pretty high but with the binoculars we got a decent view. There were 5 altogether 3 females and 2 males, ...
... know it would take us 4 hours to check in! Yellow Fever What?!?! When we went to check in for our flight to San Jose, Costa Rica, we were asked if we had our yellow fever shot. Well, no, we said. Two different medical practitioners (one a doctor, one a travel medicine clinic RN) had said it was not necessary for us to get them. Too bad. Copa Airlines REFUSED to fly us to Costa Rica without them. REFUSED. Kristin had no problems flying to San Jose because she was with ...
... choosing their beds for the night. A couple even ventured into the trees by the beach and I caught a glimpse as they swung through the branches.
As if they knew I was immobile, it turns out the hostel turns the pool into an open air cinema each evening. I found my sun lounger again, propped my foot up and didnīt move. As I wasnīt up to walking, I didnīt get to visit the national park. This and the activities in Monte Verde are on the the to-do list for next time Iīm ...
... we met in Monteverde, who we ran into there). Evenings were almost always spent cooking dinner at "home", followed by drinks at Chicos (the only bar in town), and were occasionally accompanied by hanging out in the street, drinking and enjoying live music from Organico (a restaurant-cafe), or reggae on the corner with the rasta guys (which we also even joined in with one night!).
After a week it was unfortunately time to leave so that I could squeeze in ...
... have either netting or fencing to impede potential dangers. It’s pretty fascinating actually.
Soon we are speeding towards our next stop, The Crocodile River!! Sara explains to us that we will be dropped off on one side of a moderately long bridge and Carlos will drive to the other side to retrieve us. Along the way we should look over the edge and notice the crocodiles. YIKES!!! Although they are not active at all, their sized is extraordinary!!! ...