Hotel Cortez Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... saw when we were at Craig's was the red-legged honeycreeper right out from his kitchen window.
Another great sighting was just as we were going to bed the first night and a ferruginous pygmy owl flew right up to the bars on the kitchen window and looked in at us!
He has built a smokehouse out at the edge of his property. He has smoked meat there as well as they do some ...
... just the same as you would find one in any province or even state in the USA. Also, we were even able to watch English television last night - although I did not really watch much.
It is currently 7:31 am in the morning so I thought I would write a short entry in my blog. I'm not sure if I will have access to the computer for the rest of the day.
The hotel is allowing us to have a late check out. We have decided to stay until 1 pm and then take the shuttle ...
... through our tickets in about and hour and a half. Awesome. They had great customer service and would recommend flightnetwork.com to anyone. The customer service rep and I shared a laugh when I explained I was in Panama City and purchased a ticket for a flight that left in 4 hours. Evidently that is not normal. $500 per person later($450 more that the bus ticket would have cost) we are on the plane heading to Costa Rica. The highlight of which was the chicken ...
... for me - amazing!
That night, we ate our fish by candlelight (there had been a power cut) and it was a wonderful evening until the mosquito´s turned up in the THOUSANDS. We escaped to our room where we had a really ingenious net which was shaped like a box over the bed, so the netting wasn´t quite so claustrophobic. Saying that, we had the candle on a chair by the bed and the chair was still holding our beautiful floral decoration which I couldn´t bear ...
I was born in Alajuela, a small town in a very small country. My childhood was a happy one, I lived in a farm with my family, lot's of bonfires, soccer games every Friday, family BBQ's, etc. Our little piece of heaven at a relatively short distance from the city.
"La finca" became my playground, I used to spend HOURS discovering new places, plants, smelling flowers, searching for shapes in clouds, nature became my teacher in many ways, I remember watching ants carrying big leaves, ...