Apartotel La Perla
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... and in the busy tourist season if you don't get in before 9am you could have a long wait to get in. After a walk on a trail around the park and another to the top of a look-out point, we were rewarded with magnificent views over looking the Pacific. Once we descended to the incredible white sand beach, a dip in the ocean was our reward.
This is our last day and we are headed back to San Jose for one more night then back home or ...
... of the houses I had previously owned., so maybe I thought I was going backwards. I don't think I also realised how much I missed my house too. It had just been finished as I wanted it, and if I do say so had a more glamorous feel about it, even more so after seeing all these. I think all in all it had been quite an emotional time when I stop to think about it, it was a lot to take in. Finishing work on the Wednesday, leaving a place ...
... They are about the size of limes, but have a rather sour taste. Carlos had be taste it with a little salt on top, but I actually really like that sour flavor. The seeds are pretty hard but small, so they are easy to just swallow. When a kass falls from the tree onto the roof of the studio in the backyard, it sounds like a mini cannon going off and about gives you a heart attack! It is a pretty dense little fruit.
· * Platanos (already explained).
... cloud forests, lowlands, marshlands, and a variety of other settings for living things to thrive. Costa Rica is home to 137 different snake species; 22 of which are poisonous. Some of these species are indigenous only to Costa Rica, meaning they have evolved to live here and no where else in the world. A few students and Ms. Zima are extremely interested in snakes and would look forward to seeing some- from afar! Costa Rica is extremely ...
... am train barreling down the street in front of the hostel blowing its horn the whole time just in case we weren't aware of its presence. Turns out the dark street the previous night was hiding a railroad track the whole time. Luckily for us we had a bus to catch that was headed to Panama (if you find yourself singing Panama by Van Halen right about now you're in the same boat as me). "Short lived", ...