Beso del Viento
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I can't say much about Lola because we only stayed here for a few nights. A two year old puppy she still barks and yaps and jumps up.
Typical Costa rican food is black beans and rice with some meat like pork or chicken, as we had at a roadside cafe in Aleuja. Meals are huge, American style portions, so we ended up sharing or asking for kids portions. One of the first words we learned was wheat flour- could read it but our pronunciation was so bad that no one ever understood what …
Well, I've been in the house long enough to cool off a little bit so it's back to the beach I go! Just wanted to say "HI" to everyone! I was actually thinking this morning as I was so hot that it might be nice to come home and get cooled off. We said we will probably have to sit right in front of the fireplace for a month!
... head back to the house and prepare for our first sunset watch of 2012.
That first sunset would not disappoint. Sunsets are like snowflakes; no two are exactly the same. This one was born of a cloudless light blue sky, and evolved into a ball of orange fire as it gently settled below the ocean horizon. We all just stood there for a few minutes, as if to let it all sink in. For me, the sunsets bring a moment of review of the day completed, ...
... they hooked us up with a taxi driver who charged us double what he should have to bring us to the downtown area. We got out in the Mercado Central area (central market) to see what that was all about. Pretty crowded, pretty dirty, not too much that we were interested in buying. In addition to traditional storefronts there are street vendors with fruits and vegetables, including strips of mango served in bags with a lemon slice ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeso del Viento Parrita
Beautifully stylish as only the French can manage. Wonderful swimming pool, pristine empty beach, and the most sublime food. Bernard conjured up the most tender cuts of meat imaginable, with wonderful sauces and potato dishes. We spent 3 nights here as a family and had a wonderful time. The river next to the road to the beach has crocodiles and a great variety of bird life, and we enjoyed a trip to the San Miguel national park. One of our favourite places.
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