Hotel Balcon del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Love the sound of the ocean crashing outside my door.
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... water was very calm, the scenery surrounding the beach was just beautiful and I thoroughly enjoyed hanging out in the water. The sand was soft and the water temperature was perfect! I spent a good hour just chilling in the water, swimming, lying on my back and just enjoying the peaceful surroundings.
We noticed a storm was coming towards us and Derek wanted to check out Playa Blanca so we quickly made our way over there. I had an open mind about my ...
... and agriculture but pineapple is the 5th most important export, textiles is 4th, coffee is 3rd, bananas is 2nd and microchips for Intell and hewitt packard is number 1. The icrochip has been made here since 1991.
In 1949 Costa Rica got rid of iys army and has since invested that money into education so now there is just 1% illiteracy. Children start school at age 5 in Feb. until Nov.. High school is from age 13 to 18 and if one desires to attend ...
... Well....when we started walking around the beach, there was definitely NO beach party around. Luckily, we stumbled upon blu beach bar and what a gem! It was ladies night so it was not only "no line, no cover" for the ladies but also FREE drinks all night. Let's just say theres a reason I wasn't able to journal on time.
No, it was a real great time...and moving on to next day....since really thats all I can remember about Wednesday....
Today was a sunny beach day. Rented beach loungers and umbrella. Mid-day heat seems to hit in late morning. By 2:30 on the beach, it feels more like 4:30 on Pensacola Beach during the summer. The sun is lower in the sky and the breezes pick up. Makes sense since the sun sets at 5:30 here year-round. Being close to the equator (just 8 degrees off), there is little temperature change and daylight variation throughout the year. There is a rainy ...
... that left them slaves to an unapologetic open market, then government that (in many campesinos' eyes) essentially capitalised on their downfall. Meeting the locals, it is clear coffee is crucial to these people's livelihoods. Broke, homeless and hungry after Brazil and Vietnam took hold of the global coffee industry with massive yields and low market rates, whole farming communities were unable to pay back crippling government loans on equipment and land taxes, let ...