Sueno Del Mar Beachfront Bed & Breakfast
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... a night out in Sharkys watching the worst karaoke to date and then booked on the following day to a catamaran with an open bar for $85! Great fun despite the rain and we drank our daiquiris worth of open bar - delicious! We then returned to the dorm for a nap which resulted in a full night sleep! An extremely tame first few days to what I was expecting! That being said, Tamarindo was hell of a lot more expensive and americanised than I ...
... into the option of renting a car, as a friend we met in Leon had done it and said it was the most practical way off exploring Costa Rica as the transport system was poor. We decided against this idea for know as it wasn't cheap and we were all that confident on driving on the other side of the road. Maybe we will get one later in the trip when we are more familiar with the rules and things. After many minutes decided we chose to go to Arenal first as there was many things ...
... by herself as well. We had the national dish which is Gallo Pinto: Rice with black beans, eggs, fried plantains, and some fresh fruit on the side. Honestly, where has this been all my life? It was AMAZING!
We all rode the bus together. About 2.5 hours into the trip Lucy and I said goodbye to Shannon who is headed for the rain forests of Monteverde. I will surely miss her! I wish her the best and can hopefully bump into her one of these weekends, if I'm ...
... beach. We left the house and realised we were going to miss it so we just ran through the posh restaurant opposite my house to get to the beach in time! After we went in to town as it's their last night here. We had a dinner of street meat, which meant breaking my food rule of never eating meat off of street vendors as so many of my friends have had food poisoning from it, was really good actually! We also went to the gelato place as they've never been and I found that my ...
... smart phones and
cable or satellite TV abound. Everyone pays 13% sales tax on most items, but
what about other taxes…. It doesn’t seem to add up when one looks at basic
infrastructure like the state of the roads in general. Others will tell you
this is mainly down to graft and corruption amongst those who should be on top
of such important aspects of everyday life. Value for money? Colombia has Costa
Rica beat, hands down in our view.