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... of Liberia. I tried to take local currency out of the bank machine but it would only let me take the equivalent of $78 US out. I was not impressed. For lunch we went to Subway, apparently it's a pretty popular place with restaurants around the world... We needed something quick and it was our healthiest option. After lunch it was back on the road for a few more hours. We made one pit stop at a place that had macaws and toucans which was pretty neat. I had the ...
We met up with Joyce, Tom and the rest of the gang outside the restaurant just before 7.30 and had a very nice dinner with the plus two of their trivia companions. I had the mushroom tart, salmon and salad and a grand marnier soufflé. Doug also had the tart and the soufflé but chose calamari as his main course.
Tired, we headed back to our cabin … another early start tomorrow - Oh Boy !!!
... a dirt road, so quieter and more peaceful. $25-30 for private room, small and mostly shared bathrooms. Upstairs balcony rooms cost more. Breakfast included. Good kitchen. Great coffee included. Small outdoor communal area we hammock chairs. A nice place but unavailability meant we had to move on.
- Paraiso Monteverde Cabinas. Only 500m from above. Great find. Private room (room 3 upstairs) with ensuite and tv for $20. Stayed 3 nights. Restaurant attached but only ...
On the Costa Rican Pacific Coast, Puntarenas ("sand point" in Spanish) is the capital and largest city in the Puntarenas province. This city sits on a narrow peninsula but is not itself that much of a treat. I was preceded here by Hermán Ponce de Leόn back in 1519. Near here at Guanacaste in 2012, and before that in 2009 at San José, the capital city, I have many fond memories of Costa Rica.
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... walk the rain came in so we made our way back to the hotel. We stayed there all afternoon as the rain didn't let up. When the rain stopped in the evening we went into Santa Elena town to have something to eat. We ended up plumping for the Tree House, which has a proper tree growing through the middle of it. Chuckle of the evening came thanks a group of americans on the table opposite. We overheard one asking another 'this mouse de chocolate, what's that?' ...
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