The Chocolate Hotel and 5 Star Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and shared a bathroom. Our mama Tica would cook breakfast at 630am which included so much food! Two fresh fruits, fresh juice, gallo pinto (rice, beans, cilantro, and onions), some form of eggs on or with bread, and coffee! Dinner was at 7/730 every night and again was way too much food! I don't think in the four weeks I was there she ever cooked the same thing twice! My stomach adapted quickly and I was eating more everyday than ...
... green" or rainy season. Everything was green. However, during the nine month dry season only the Brahmas can survive. Even they look like walking skeletons by the time the annual rains finally come.
It took almost four hours to reach Tamarindo. Beth and I were housed in a 4thfloor condominium overlooking the beach. Suzanne had a similar condo in an adjacent building. Our ...
... of the most touristic and perhaps most interesting destinations in Costa Rica. The place sure is really nice, but itīs just that you immediately feel that you cannot do anything , except maybe breathe, without having to pay exorbitant amounts: we are not accustomed to these prices anymore: for less than fifty dollars you cannot even think of doing something, such as climbing a volcano, rafting, going to a spa and so on. To eat in a restaurant is out of question and the prices ...
... has been a challenge. It is refreshing
to visit this place of tranquility. I spent the afternoon relaxing; I had
worked most of Sunday and decided it was time to just relax. I took a swim in
the river and had a nice fish pedicure. Aka. I sat on a rock with my feet in a
small pool and let the little fishes clean my feet of dead skin, they were
charging $50 bucks for this in Cancun!
After some time by the river I moved on to rest in a hammock. I ...
hour and half, and we are below sea level here. Once the pies came out I left
them to cool and prepared coffee, ran to the corner store for some vanilla ice cream
and made a sweet buttered rum sauce to drizzle over the top.
It was all a big hit! I promised to translate and print the
recipe before leaving.
Sunday was supposed to be a day with the girls at Cano
Negro, but unfortunately Tanya’s sister fell ill and she had to rush to ...