La Corona de los Santos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... It was nice to be back in the Jungle Hostel, and there were a few other people there this time too.
The Red Backed Squirrel Monkeys entertained me as I ate breakfast the next morning as they went about foraging for food in the trees next to the hostel. They put in an encore appearance the next morning. I went into town, wandered in to see the caimans again and one of them came very close to the bank to ...
For those who are new to our posts, we have become quite expert at finding those frequent flyer deals that allow us to travel to many of our destinations virtually free. This trip to Costa Rica was no exception in that we were flying on frequent flyer miles and had only to pay the taxes to get here.
Of course you have to fly some unusual routes to get to your destination at times. We flew from Austin to JFK in New York and then on ...
... In all that time we did not come across one restaurant. Sure every other block had a McDonald's Subway, Wendy's Pizza Hut, etc, but that was it. We've never come across that enigma in all our travels.
Our tour leader "Mario" called us earlier and he stopped by our room to introduce himself. We both felt this was a very nice gesture on his part, and well appreciated by us. We learned that the tour will ...
... watched one class being taught and could not tell who was the teacher and who was the student because the conversation was so quick and smooth. My complete awe diminished slightly when I learned the student had been there for 2 months and a week. Still, it looked like a nice set up. We then visited the Waldorf School--one of two options for the girls to attend next summer while I am in Spanish classes. The timing of my trip was unfortunate as Costa Rican children finished their ...
... Leo found for us was a sloth slowly moving among some tree branches. The telescope brought it in close and we had plenty of time to view it before we moved on. The sloth was still slowly moving. Shortly after that, a family of Squirrel Monkeys flew across our path from tree to tree. Leo got the timing exactly right for this shot.
He then used my camera to take shots through ...