Hotel bungalows SolyLuna los Almendros.
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... walk past. It's a million miles from what we are used to at home, that's for sure!
On our walk today, we saw a few large iguanas. You don't know they are there until you hear a scuttling noise as they run up the nearest tree. They are prehistoric-looking creatures and great to see in their natural habitat.
We also saw a beautiful ...
... was also a bus to meet the ferry which was heading for Cobano. I made a beeline for this and most of the backpackers jumped on it and again it quickly filled up, so that one again, it was standing room only.
Definitely a case of 'you snooze, you lose here.'
In Cobano, we had to change and board another bus for the short journey down to the beach resort of Montezuma. I say resort, but village would be more appropriate. It is really a beach ...
... which is great medley of veggies, corn, black beans, bell pepper, onion, cabbage, carrots, etc. with a piece of grill fish on top. Yummy! The same men Robert had shared a drink with the night before were in there and they had a nice conversation back and forth.
Interesting the way conversations run sometimes. Talked to the barman about the road situation. He said, yes it was bad but the water scarcity was more important and must be fixed ...
... through there.
Our room was finally ready and so we moved our stuff in and got unpacked and set up for our stay. Walked over to Super Ronny #1 and got ourselves some things for lunch and a few other items for in the future. One thing you learn is create yourself a space in the refrigerator and hang on to it! After lunch and nap went out and walked around trying to find a place where Robert could get some sunglassess. His have disappeared. One thing we ...
I was picked up at exactly 8.35am! Wow! And began the drive out of the city, past the airport and industrial areas and into the winding roads of the countryside. Over countless rivers, past small fruit stalls, small wooden reindeer-type-animal stalls and through small villages. It took two hours to reach the seaside town of Puntarenas. The town was bustling with people, lots of shops and people catching buses! To get across to the Nicoya peninsula, you can drive all ...