Apartotel La Sabana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... she will come stay with Yami for one week to play with Yami's niece/neighbour (not to be mistaken for the other sweet 10 year old who happens to be named Sofia too whom we met back on Day 1). We all fall soundly asleep as soon as our bottoms hit the chair and the dark bus and bumpy road doesn't wake us until we stop for a liquid substance called coffee (but not resembling any coffee taste) 3 hours later. Back on the bus, were zzzzz off ...
As you may have guessed from the title its a little more expensive than we had previously thought / budgeted but we made it work and we're really happy with the plan. We have a good variety of environments which should allow us to see all that we wanted in CR. I'm not going to hint at what we hope to see, so the blog will have a few surprises but one thing we are really hoping to see is a wild sloth, 2 species exist in Costa ...
... entertaining. On Saturday I did a walk to the beach, this normally takes about 40 minutes, but with camera in hand, and birds flying around, it took about 2 hours. I had a swim, then walked back the shorter way which included walking across a swing bridge over a stretch of water in which there were at least two caimans, and a slightly illegal walk along the airport runway. There was no danger of being hit by a plane, ...
... as whitewater kayaking, but an awesome way to spend the last day in Costa Rica. (Ps - I think I'm finally ready to give whitewater kayaking another go, dad!) most of the rapids were class III - IV and would have scared me witless in a kayak. Was 5 hours of rafting total split up by a burrito lunch on the shore. They also provided transport to our final night of accommodation back in San Jose. Arrived with just enough time to pack up one final time and head out for our last ...