Casa Cambranes Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... food, so we bought some to throw. From the top of the bridge we saw lots of them directly below. You definitely wouldn't want to go swimming in that river!! I counted up to 25. There was so many because they are used to getting fed at this point on the river. The next stop was to the beach, we went to a private beach owned by a hotel but there was a local and free access that we went to. Once we ...
... largest crocodiles in the world, taste the best ice cream, or find little hidden treasures along the road side. And I'm not exaggerating when I say some of the largest in the world. Imagine a normal crocodile and then pump it full of steroids, then you get half the size of crocs that we saw. Casey was about as big as it's head. I'm just glad we were on the bridge above them and not in the water. We won't have easily been dessert for them! The ...
... nacional'. The stare-downs were my cue that I was in the wrong line. Blonde runs deep :) -I was told to look for an 'obvious' sign with my name on it once I got outside of the airport. There were many signs; none of which had my name. Panic set in for a moment. Thank God for an airport officer that was on top of things. He led me to sign- written in marker that said 'Cristina Elillie' ...
... into someone outside the hostel who had helped take care of my face in Nicaragua, the day of the volcano boarding incident. With my face almost better but now on crutches, I can understand why he considered me a liability. He took me to dinner anyway.
With my mobility severely reduced, my Argentinean room mate offered to help get me to San Jose with him the next day, which would work out perfectly as Ben, a friend I met in Cambodia, was flying into San Jose that day ...
... being redone in that I could not see anything wrong with the current tar seal road. A dual carriage concrete road was being built. In some ways it felt like ‘home‘. I was sitting on the sunny side of the van looking into the sun so ...