Daystar La Paloma Blanca
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Room service
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... in hot weather. We've spent quite a bit of time relaxing by the pool and taking refreshing dips. One of my favourite parts of our daily routine here are our evening walks along the beach to watch the sunset.
For about a week and a half we also took beginner Spanish lessons. Our condo is very centrally located and Spanish classes happen to be just about a 2 minute walk away from "home". Our teacher is originally from Peru and he is extremely ...
... hatchery. Interesting fact - adult turtles lay there eggs in the same location as where they were born. On our way to the hatchery we found an even bigger Green turtle laying. Again we tagged her and dug up her eggs. Once at the hatchery we dug two holes for the eggs in the sand that were the exact size and depth as the original nest and placed the eggs in there. The reason for this is to simulate as near as possible ...
Saturday March 29th
Costa Rica means rich coast and was named this by Christopher Columbus in 1502. It is situated between both the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans and is 22,000 square miles in size. There are 22 volcanos located in the mountains and this is where the coffee is cultivated. The teutonic plates in the Pacific Ocean cause daily movements. Costa Rica is the oldest democracy in Latin America having gained its independence from Spain in 1821 ...
Day 10 - afternoon/evening
Temperature: 33 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies, crescent moon in evening
From the river's shoreline, I jumped with joy as the views in front of me of Costa Rica’s lush green vegetation and mountains were a photographer’s paradise! In other words, the landscape was quite something!
I was anxious to board ...
... to be the first one to board the gondola and sit at the front of it for better picture opportunities! Instead, Michel and I were placed in the fourth row, the one before the last! :-(
While being seated in this gondola high above the treetops, the tram glided slowly but surely through a living backdrop of giant trees, hanging ...