Cabinas La Playa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walking on the beach and watching the surfers. It was a relaxing couple of days prior to leaving for home.
I found the meaning of the word Diria to be interesting. Although I can find no substantiation for this we were told at the hotel that they were the original people of Costa Rica, kind of like the Aborigines are to Australia. There were figurines in many places around the hotel which represented the Diria. See photos.
... and just decided to go for a walk instead...
So anyway, we start hiking and meet our tour leader jogging like crazy, which was surprising since she was out with us until 3am. She walks with us for 15 minutes, then points us to the right and says, half an hour walk and you'll see it. I was already getting suspicious since that half an hour was STILL half an hour. Well, never mind, half an hour it is! Gradually the street starts getting steeper and steeper ...
... was all too alluring. The place felt almost more like a homestay than a hostel and had a really relaxed family kind of vibe to it. The polar opposite of a party hostel but still with a very communal spirit. Cosy little rooms, nice communal area with board games and one of the best stocked kitchens we had seen in months. Add that with reasonable value and the only issue with the ...
I woke up at a ridiculous hour (6am) for me (the sleep-a-holic) and walked the beautiful property here at Villa Hermosa outside of La Fortuna, Costa Rica. The birds were out in droves and I got to see woodpeckers and tanagers and hummingbirds frolicking in the morning sun. I also got to take many lovely pictures of the gorgeous plants that Wendy and Dave have planted on their property.
We were served a delicious breakfast and then set ...
... for some extra Codones. Once more a total **** show of organisation. Or distinct lack of.
The day starts well and with a tempo I've not felt in a long time. I'm feeling very Bosa nova. I'm traveling again. I can actually write about traveling. I'm moving places. I'm finally leaving Nicaragua. Never to return. Until next year. The chicken buses hold no problem. The crowds of people, the hustle and bustle of the stations and streets. ...