Hotel Cuna del Angel
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After a few days in the wilderness of the Osa peninsula where I got a healthy dose of wildlife, adventure and bug bites, I decided to head north to the little surf town of Dominical. The trip starts with an exhilarating boat ride trough the stunning mangrove channels and part of the Pacific ocean. My skillful captain piloting the little boat trough the tidal current and surf the ocean to enter the river ...
... glance it looked like a bit too much of a hippy fest, but we went in with open minds, and it paid off. The music we saw was hit and miss (Americans sure do love their country music,which is not really my bag, and neither is trance, which made up a large chunk of the music), but we saw some pretty great stuff. All of the stages, and all of the structures, were built in the weeks leading up to the festival on site and made entirely from bamboo. It was pretty incredible, I wish ...
... in any city in the USA.
Upon arrival at the hotel we are introduced to Lloyd. Lloyd will accompany us on the remainder of our journey, acting as a guide both in the cities and the native habitats. He is VERY knowledgeable about the flora and fauna of the country, being a native, and really adds a nice touch to our experience. Tonight we dine in the city and Lloyd will lead us.
After checking in and settling into our respective rooms, we gather in ...
There's something to be said about using the sun as a biological clock. Whenever I 'm away from electricity, I feel like my body becomes almost instantly in tune with the daylight/moonlight. When the sun goes down, I sleep. When the sun comes up, I wake. I usually feel refreshed and more alive in the mornings, and physically and mentally tired at night. Seeing as our day ended the previous night shortly after candles were necessary to ...
... did drink plenty of beer though, so nothing has changed in that sense. These days, he is the equivalent of our FIFOs (Fly In Fly Out) in that he works as a topographer in northern Guanacaste and has four days off every 10 days. Don't you love friends with whom you can just pick up from where you left off. And yes, we are talking 25 years of no contact at all.
Anyway, with the radio blasting and ...