Hotel Cuna del Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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So the next morning we left for Dominical at 7:00am. Walked down the street to grab a taxi to the bus station. Once we got to the bus station we took the bus to Paso Canoas to cross back into Costa Rica. Getting into Panama was so problem. No one was leaving Panama to go to Costa Rica that day except other backpackers which were about 4 others. The same with getting into Costa Rica. Surprisingly easy. Once we stamped into Costa Rica we were stuck waiting and figuring out which bus ...
... of helping, learning and loving.
On the way to the build site, one of our finest had made the comment, "It is a beautiful day in Costa Rica, there are much more clouds today!". True, it was a beautiful day but those clouds didn't stick around long!
As we continued on our morning commute, we made an unexpected stop. As our bus pulled down the gravel dusty road we noticed what appeared to be a shed off in the distance. As ...
... drove back south to Dominical, grabbed a massive dinner at Tortilla Flats (we really enjoy it there if you haven't caught that yet), and then headed back to relax for a few hours. Later that night, after a solid siesta, we headed to a local bar for some beer (and lady's night). There we had few drinks with some of the friendly locals we had met over the last few days, and
watched Riley and Don attempt to dance. Didn't go so swell for Riley to say the ...
... guides will help you discover the wonders of the tropical rainforest, such as leaf cutter ants, the sleepy sloths and the nesting site of the Common Pootoo. On our tours you can experience everything from the Rainforest Canopy to Mangrove Swamps or the Jungle at Night.
Our Mission is to protect the wildlife habitats of Hacienda Barú, while educating our visitors about its biological wealth. Learn more about the history of Hacienda Baru’s evolution from a ...
... as well. Came back up to main house, we said our goodbyes, and left in the 9:45 AM shuttle down to Puerto Jimenez. I asked the driver to take me to the Ferry station and left me at a restaurant having some coffee and killing time until the ferry arrived. I boarded the ferry at 11:20 AM ($6 US/3000 c) and we got to Golfito 40 minutes later. Waited a few minutes for the bus to Rio Claro (600 c) and it arrived to Rio Claro in about 60 ...