Daystar La Paloma Blanca
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... and a Tilapia tank. The water from the Tilapia tank is pumped through the plant beds in the greenhouse, providing nutrient-rich water for the plants. The plant's root systems filter the water for the fish as it returns to the tank, completing the mutually benefical cycle. Dish me up some Tilapia with a side of spinach, please! We have learned so much and greatly enjoyed small Costa Rican farm life... ...
... a paper bag decorated by children with a small millet hand made broom.
We were invited to leave the children a donation in the tip boxes and although I didn’t take a huge amount of notice, I think many did leave a few dollars - we gave soe $ to the little girl who grabbed Doug’s hand and got him up to dance in the Turkey Dance. She grabbed it from me and pushed it into the box.
... pizza place for dinner but Brooklyn and I decided we'd rather have pad thai so we went to this restaurant called "The Wok". We shared pad thai ($9) and I'm not really sure how worth it it was. Everybody was supposed to meet at the bar called Cataleya's because they $1 beer (which turned out to be $2 beer, but still great price for the size of the bottle people got). After Brooke and I tried hailing three cabs and couldn't get it, we decided to walk back to ...
... from wiggling mostaches, to colourful furry madness. Butterflies fluttered around too, from small and yellow, through dowdy brown, to large bright green and blue patterned beauties. There were rodents too, not as big as the amazon though and really quite cute, with similar mannerisms to squirrels. Brightly coloured toucans and scarlet macaws swooped overhead and beautiful fluttering hummingbirds and noisy Woody woodpeckers went about their business. Last but not least, howler ...
oh costa rica... what a country.
rosanne and i bid a sad farewell to nicaragua and headed to la fortuna, costa rica. our first impression was an immediate WOW... this country was more expensive than canada! our first meal, a sandwich, was $8, and the grocery store prices were even more insane, with a bottle of head and shoulders shampoo costing $10! however, our first morning there, we woke up and headed to a beautiful waterfall. the $10 it cost to get in was a bit ...