Apartotel La Perla
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We really only checked in for the night on our way Nicaragua, arriving late afternoon and leaving at 4:30 the next morning. We walked around the central area of town before the light left us, ate McDonalds of all things (Costa Rica is expensive and I was craving a McChicken burger!) and had an early night. Then onwards to ...
... all the twin tub shops in town, and after an hour found myself back at the first one, as they don'seem to have the here. I think the Tico's only use mobiles. I selected one of the only 2models, and after the man searched his computer for half an hour, informed me they were both out of stock! He did offer to check his stocks to see if he had anything else, and asked me to follow him. He then escorted me ...
... to follow his lead. We stop in at the supermarket and pick up some food, and then we are on out way, winding our way up and down and through the mountains. We arrive at a private property and Manuel informs me that this is where we will reach the river. Down another steep winding road and we have reached the river. I am starting to feel a little nervous as now it's real and there's only 3 of us in the boat, which will mean hard work. Manuel and Jason spend about 1/2 an hour ...
... accurate, it turned out) scepticism and heartache of being an England fan, we were allowed to adopt ourselves a South American team. As a result we were now honorary Colombians and Santa Marta was our venue for watching their start to the tournament - they know how to celebrate.
From Colombia we were moving in to the final stretch before heading back home, and made our way up to Central America and the country of Panama. We spent a few days in ...
... is peeled off and then they are separated by size and roasted. We also saw the process of making chocolate, as we had learnt a few days before and then how the process sugarcane to sugar.
Before we knew it, it was time to make our way back to San Jose to fly home. Costa Rica is a beautiful country with lots of exciting activities to do although their food wasn't quite as tasty as I was expecting. Such a fantastic way to end such an amazing year.