Daystar La Paloma Blanca
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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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 ...
Day 5 and 6. English teaching in Paquita. I am so glad that I did not waste my years studying teaching at Uni, as I am definitely not cut out for it. Starting the day with grade 1 English, we are learning shapes, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Circle. They repeat the words back to me, but the vague look in their eyes indicates that I truly am speaking a foreign language to them. I think this must be the look I have when taking Spanish classes. Then off ...
... instead of the San Carlos station. Got to the station in plenty of time and were some of the first in line.
Got our luggage loaded on and settled in to wait and watch people until time to board the bus. The bus leaves at 6:00a.m. and the cost is 15,200 colones for two people which is equal to $15.20 each. This is a real bargain as it covers the cost of the bus ride to Puntarenas where you catch the ferry across the Golfo Dulce to Paquera where ...
After a good night's sleep & free breakfast at the hotel, the concierge was gracious enough to call our rental car company for us who sent the car and a representative to our hotel to meet us. We processed all of our paperwork in the lobby and were on our way by 10:30am.
[Costa Rica is on Central Standard Time like Pensacola so no changing of the watches required.]
I paid extra, much to Andrew's chagrin, to rent a GPS for the car which he says ...
... 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 ...