Villa Pacande Bed & Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... for Costa Rica, I enjoyed the variety of different types of region, from Dry Forest in the South, to Rain/Cloud Forest in the hill and volcano areas, and beaches on the Pacific west cost. Always also interesting to see different flora and fauna, and apart from the hard to see things hiding in the forests, it's weird how you soon get used to seeing soaring Frigate birds, Vultures, Hummingbirds and Pelicans, as well as the scuttling, ...
... represented, Toucans hoping on our shoulders, and hundreds of stairs down to three waterfalls. Isn't it funny how when surrounded by man made things our focus is on man but when you see the Creator's creation you focus on Him? His plan for the world is a beautiful thing. Thursday church projects saw the ladies cleaning out the tool shed and the boys started laying the concrete in front of the church. Our afternoon was a treat to go see ...
... the left. Find the Y in the branch and look another 6 inches past that, on the closer arm of the Y… Yes, I’m sure it’s there. You don’t see it?... Oh, you got it? Okay.” Click.
Frank, Steve and I all just looked at ...
... actually like the deal of the century). Our group sticks out like a sore thumb. Not only the tshirts and shorts compared to the jeans everyone wears, and also the fact that we're, let's face it, white. But I in particular seem to be a rarity in Costa Rica due to my blonde hair. I get lots of stares. There not used to this hot mess of a head of hair! Hahahah! To make matters worse, I'm walking around with a backpack and my camera hanging around ...
... flight for Costa Rica. Tried to sleep on the plane but didn't really work as usual. Landed and picked up my bags to then meet Carlos who took me to the hostel. Met a girl from surrey who was also doing turtle conservation but with a different organisation. Spoke to a few American guys who worked here and gave me some pointers and a few good places to visit. Got to the hostel. Had a shower and went straight to sleep. Up at 7:30 ...