Best Western Las Espuelas
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... off at the moment as the dry weather that Costa Rica has been experiencing has lead to the river turning brown. Am not that fussy about the colour of rivers, but it wasn't running anyway so not an option.
The parrot did a poo at that point, so this seemed like a good chance to make a hasty retreat back into my room. A bit of bag rearranging and it was time to trundle off to find some breakfast. The hostel is only 100m from the bus station and market, ...
... for some extra Codones. Once more a total **** show of organisation. Or distinct lack of.
The day starts well and with a tempo I've not felt in a long time. I'm feeling very Bosa nova. I'm traveling again. I can actually write about traveling. I'm moving places. I'm finally leaving Nicaragua. Never to return. Until next year. The chicken buses hold no problem. The crowds of people, the hustle and bustle of the stations and streets. ...
... Everything that we ate was raised or grown on the farm. After rafting for a few hours of rafting it was just what the body needed. A nice way to finish an action filled morning.
The tour group was heading to San Jose that day so we needed to head from the farm directly back to the hotel to pick up our bags, meet with the rest of the group and then board our bus to San Jose.
It had been a great couple of days in La Fortuna and we had only done a couple of the ...
... to a volcano, a waterfall and an ATM. It’s Mike’s last day here, so we are hoping for clear skies and an excellent lava show.
The owner of Cafe Verona came and picked us up at 5:30 and drove us to his restaurant for dinner. Due to their location away from major tourist centers it sounds like they don’t get a lot of business. Their prices are a little high for the locals, but not too bad for American tourists. Alex got a big plate ...
... buggy ride to the entry immigration office of Nicaragua. It's a hot day so figure not to exert myself too much. It's here I make a school boy error, the lonely planet advises on bringing US Dollar for the entry tax, seeing as I only have THEIR local currency, they charge me double the entry fee and I don't have enough! He keeps my passport while I go find an ATM. Luckily there is one! An old lady helps me find the bus to Rivas (Rivas is near ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking