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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... from Nica’s revolution when CIA backed Contras were stationed in Costa Rica). The Peņas Blancas border is big and tough. Weaving through the huge freight trucks, we eventually make it to the entry point of Costa Rica, where we jump on the public bus to our next destination, Tamarindo beach.
Costa Rica is the most developed, westernised country ...
... we actually saw 2 baby turtles crawling out to the water for their first time. They are ADORABLE 4 inch long babies.
Now that I've had my surf lesson for the day, we've checked out of our hostel in Tamarindo and are going to rent a car. We're just going to drive wherever the road may take us down the coast for a few days. There aren't many pictures for you to enjoy as it's hard to surf and get shots so we've got a lot of sunset pictures.
... to go in one of the countless beautiful spas fed by waters heated by the volcano, but we decided to give it up after we saw the astronomical prices: with the money that we would have spent for a couple of hours at the spa, we will probably be able to live for three days in Nicaragua.
We found a hostel that didnīt cost a lot, by costarican standards, and it would have been a decent place to spend these two nights if it wasnīt for the unwanted souvenir that it gave us ...
... dinner, Italian, a nice change from the
constant heavy rice and beans. All (except the pasta) sourced from the
farm. I thought about working again
tonight, but decided to just write this for the blog and watch Grey’s Anatomy
reruns until I was ready for bed. As I left the main cabin I spotted one of the
tabby cats, I scooped him up thinking it was the sweet little female, it was
the male but I decided I would still like a cat around to keep ...
... Jose. I will most likely not get to see either of them before leaving, which is
sad since they are the only people I had really developed a relationship with
and now I cannot say goodbye. I had debated trying to catch the bus to Cano
Negro but it would have been rushed and really not as much fun to do alone. I
decided to stay in Upala. I went to the river, far north of town where I had
seen the Tiger Heron a few weeks before. When I saw the heron I had noticed ...