Bahia Del Sol Beach Front Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... nervous surrounded by water with nothing but more water in sight on the horizon. Then we started circling back and forth while continuing further and further out to sea. After 1.5 hours of seeing nothing I felt... A) burnt b) a great urge to pee C) bored D) mad that my lulu shorts have stuck to the newly painted boat and are now covered in teal paint But still no dolphins! Or fish or birds or other boats at that! With no ...
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 ...
... far from towns. There was NO pollution, the moon had not risen, so we saw stars like we have not seen stars in many, many years. The outback in Australia comes to mind. I am quite sure we could see ALL of them. While on the ship the moon was out every night, full or almost full, which obliterated the light of the smaller stars. We were escorted by two local village boys who have become licensed turtle guides and know all about “their ...
... different flora. We saw a couple iguanas, a lot of different birds (I didn’t catch all the names), and a group of howler monkeys, who were kind enough to howl for us. Fascinating. No poo throwing, as the guide at the Asis animal sanctuary had led us to expect.
After the ride we were driven down the road to another all-inclusive this resort in order to do the canopy zip-lining. This we did for about an hour, though it felt far shorter and I was ...