Villa Alegre - Bed and Breakfast on the Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... new snacks at the best prices we had seen. The views of the mountains and the ocean on both sides were stunning throughout the trip. Unfortunately Tamarindo did not have the same appeal. It was a shock to the system. A Costa Rican Vegas of sorts. We immediately went and booked our shuttle to the next town for tomorrow morning, even though I had booked our hotel for two nights. ...
... roads and river crossings. Thank God for Julian's FJ Cruiser. A lot of cars and quads were stuck at river crossings and we were able to plow our way through them.
The Montezuma waterfall was gorgeous. The water was refreshing. There was a local kid climbing up to ridiculous heights and diving off. It seemed like quite a popular spot. Montezuma was a lot busier than many of the other towns we had passed through. It ...
... damn park is closed on Mondays! By now I am just plain numb from this experience. We decided to sit on the tailgate of the truck & eat our lunch, what else could go wrong? It started pouring cats & dogs. We quickly gathered the food & sat inside the truck to finish our gourmet lunch. I couldn't even talk, the day was a HUGE nightmare, but knew we would laugh about our bad luck later. For now I was eating Lay's chips & ...
... saw crocodiles and their babies on mud flats hugging the roots of mangrove swamps. Crocs would slide down the muddy river bank into the water. We were able to get very close to them and even hear them hissing. - saw various birds, reptiles and mammals in the dry deciduous forest/mangrove swamp: variegated squirrel, giant green iguanas (measuring five feet), crocodiles, Passerini's Cherrie's Tanager, Great Kiskadee, bare-throated tiger heron, wood stork, brown pelican, ...
Day 56: Last day today before I get four days off to do a visa run! Now I could have made it easy on myself and gone to Nicaragua, which is really close to us. Instead I have decided to travel to the other side of the country and go to Panama. Which will take me a day to get there and a day to get back, clever. Anyways I'm back in Villa Sol with Maurin today. Standardly we were rushed off at the last minute and I had to run into the car. Maurin thought I had the key, I didn't ...