Cabinas Los Almendros
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... a little! I was talking to Kelsey about it at the front desk and the people in the hostel said that they had a tech guy coming in later that morning and he could look at it! The guy fixed it in a day! So luckily, my computer had
apparently burned through the RAM (thanks Costa Rica climate) so he replaced it, cleaned my fans so it wouldn’t overheat as badly in the future and did an internal maintenance clean up! I can’t believe ...
... path and onto the beach to set up camp and relax for a while. After a much too short rest, and a snack of pineapple, we headed back to catch the 5:00 bus back to Puerto Viejo.
One of the park rangers was a few minutes ahead of us on the way back. He found something in the bushes and pointed it out to mom - it was a bright screaming yellow eyelash viper. He guessed that it was sick or dying and had fallen from a tree, but still. Beautiful snake!
As we rounded ...
... und natürlich dieser süße Duft in der Luft. Mit dem Hostel Pagalu erwischten wir unsere wahrscheinlich beste Unterkunft in Costa Rica überhaupt. Und die Strände - für uns beide nach der so schönen Pazifikküste nun zum ersten Mal in der Karibik angekommen - erfüllten ebenso alle Bilderbuch-Erwartungen. Nach 4 Wochen in Costa Rica heisst es nun Abschied nehmen. Aber die nächsten Abenteuer in Panama werden sicherlich nicht minder ...
... with hammocks (there are a lot of hammocks in Latin America in general I think, here we even found a hostel which offers hammocks to sleep, looks quite funny to see dozens of hammocks hanging below a roof, reminded me of bats hanging next to each other while sleeping), toilets and showers are shared which is mostly the case so far, and the best: there is a pool! No actually even nicer is that it is located in a tropical garden, very quiet compared to ...
... and took the edge off our hunger since we had not eaten since our excellent breakfast at the Orosi Lodge.
The Salsa Brava ("spicy sauce") is named after the surfing wave of the same name. This world-renowned wave is just off the shore from the restaurant. We sat there and watched surfers crash into the wave as we ate and drank. After sunset, we walked through the village and settled on eating at restaurant called Koki Beach. It was a little early yet, but we ...
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800 m. south of Puerto Viejo, on the sea side, Puerto Viejo | Condofrom $119