Hotel Best Western Camino a Tamarindo
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... sliced thick and toasted in a fry pan. I even tried my hand at frying
some plantains, not as good as when Omar makes them but not too bad. While cooking
I not only had to shoo away the dogs and cats from my meal but one particularly
broody hen kept attempting to sit on the bowl of eggs on the counter!
breakfast I went to check on the calf to see how he was doing. Ernesto was
there giving him an IV of medication with two ...
... the subjects of my study.
last woman of the association that we visited today was older and had a warm
glow about her. She shared coffee with us while we spoke and since she could
not read well we walked through the survey with her. As we talked a mother hen
ushered her chicks into the dirt floored home to get out of the rain. The
children played with a young cat under the kitchen table. An older ...
... the evening with the hostel kitten which was so cute and loved to sit by you whilst watching TV. Kerry took to it more than Steve as he thought it would have flees and didn't want to touch it. We were going to head out for a couple of drinks but the rain was ridiculous and was pouring it down so heavy we would have been soaked within seconds. So after planing our route to La Fortuna and were we were going to stay around Arenal we headed to bed for an early ...
... the "Holiday" part of our trip.
One morning, my occasional but obligatory bird watching yielded a surprising find, a Blue Crowned Motmot. They're a little difficult to spot usually because of their camouflage but this one was perched in a sparsely leaved tree next to our room so it was easy to see this bird which we haven't seen before. It's an interesting looking bird with a beautiful owl like song, a very nice little fella he was (see pics).
This basically ...
... and ate in an outdoor restaurant. I had the best red snapper smothered in butter and garlic with a side of beans and rice (a staple here in Costa Rica). As I was crossing the busy road, all traffic came to a stand-still as a white-faced monkey decided to walk down the middle of the street without a care in the world. I am sipping some Costa Rican coffee this morning and we are heading out for a walk into town after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility