The Chocolate Hotel and 5 Star Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... eager to be on the move. She then took us down to her colleague who was digging out a leatherback nest, were we saw 2 baby leatherbacks also retrieved from the nest. One was still squidgy where it's shell needed to fall back into place & harden up. Needless so say we took a few pics, but this was one of those, won't happen again moments, one definitely to remember. Ohh just so you know, the biologists took the turtles back to keep safe, ...
... located in a hotel literally on the beach. This was a must for Amanda who immediately signed up for the class. So I accompanied her to this hotel but took advantage of the hotel happy hour and beach instead ha ha ha.
All in all, Montezuma is a great little town that has everything one would want in a Costa Rican beach town - surf, yoga, restaurants, bars and a truly relaxed vibe. It would seem though that shoes and shirts are optional, but dreds are mandatory - if you want to be a local = ...
... my phone plan and get a ticket for the bus tomorrow; I
wanted to be sure I could get a window seat so I bought it ahead of time. After
lunch I went to work with INA, which is a government college which provides
free associate degrees, there are other colleges which offer higher degrees as
well. I was a guest for an English class. It was a lot of fun and I was sad
that I had only ...
bird, it almost sound like a croaking frog, with a little bit of a whistle. I
don’t know if the beak is just for show or if it serves some purpose for
amplifying their calls…they are audible for a great distance. When my coffee
was gone I returned to the cabin to make breakfast, Ernesto had brought down
eggs, bread and a tamale for me. I
warmed the tamale and fried an egg to put on top. After breakfast I began
gathering, and in ...
... 20 pages but in Spanish) to submit to the Costa Rica Ministry of Agriculture and maybe, really hopefully, a third version for publication (around 50 pages) in a Peer reviewed journal. I think I will invest in a new desk chair when I get home because I am going to be typing A LOT!
I will be going to Siempre Verde again on Friday to facilitate a workshop on canning. ...