Bahia Del Sol Beach Front Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Good morning! We started the morning by driving to Tamarindo through Nicoyia and Santa Cruz. I cannot believe how clean everything is here, we have not seen pollution, garbage laying on the streets or roads. We made it to our hotel and it is very nice, I would highly recommend it. One thing in our travels, (strange for North Americans) but...you cannot flush toilet paper down the toilets. That's hard to get used too. All I keep thinking about is Kim's ...
... with Yami and Anna at the beach playing in the waves, basking in the rays and discussing the differences between men and women's shopping (funny how this topic is oh so similar no matter where you are!). We bought some fresh street ceviche from a man who speared it last night and served it straight from his cooler. We also enjoyed a bucket of cervasas from Yami's friend who owns the restaurant so it was special delivered to us straight at the beach. On the walk home we passed an ...
My lazy times in Costa Rica have been reflected in my lazy upkeep of this blog. Sorry y'all. It's just that this town forces you to slow down, and productivity is suffering as a result.
When I started researching places to live in Costa Rica, I knew I wanted to be somewhere 1) very close to the beach; 2) warm and sunny; 3) not too touristy or transient; and 4) reasonably priced. People always ask me ...
Peru was fun, but I COULD NOT WAIT to get out of Lima's grey cool weather, so off to Costa Rica I headed. I decided to stay in a teeny little town called Potrero on the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. After being in bigger cities for a while now, I wanted a small beach town experience. Potrero puts the small in small beach town, so I got exactly what I asked for. It is still at the ...
... of it to take on our journey! Finally we got to this little farm and had to climb through a barbed wire fence (don't worry mom I made it safe) and down a hill to the river. When we finally reached the river we climbed on rocks and eventually made it to the top of a small waterfall. So we sat there, eating our sugar cane and oranges that Francisco brought. It was great. We also saw cotton growing, ...