Blue Jay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I was picked up at exactly 8.35am! Wow! And began the drive out of the city, past the airport and industrial areas and into the winding roads of the countryside. Over countless rivers, past small fruit stalls, small wooden reindeer-type-animal stalls and through small villages. It took two hours to reach the seaside town of Puntarenas. The town was bustling with people, lots of shops and people catching buses! To get across to the Nicoya peninsula, you can drive all ...
... first night, we needed to find a restaurant that would take Visa or we would just have appetizers with the limited cash we had. Luckily, the first place just told us that we could pay the next day. The woman just asked me where we were staying and that was it! I also think that it was because I am Asian and of course, we are more trustworthy...=) LOL. The dinner was very good - we had the two person meat parrillada. It was ...
This was a day of surprises. FUN surprises and, well, I just have to tell you all about it. We dropped anchor first at Curu but Barry and I decided to lounge about on our ship instead of going to town. We worked up an appetite for the big beach barbecue on Tortuga Island. Barry was like, "What? We do barbeque in Memphis better than they can!" Well, it was quite a barbecue and Barry was flat wrong. In fact if there is a gourmet barbecue this was it. ...
... by white faced monkeys. It was a bit scary at first but so fun after getting over the "unknown". Our monkey day with Peter didint seem scary because he made it seem like he knew the monkeys. Here at our house, they came from no where and very fast.
The weather stinks today. Not rainy, not sunny. So we are venturing down our own steep hike from our backyard to the river below. Looking forward to it.
... or in the sea, collecting shells and broken pieces of coral. The second snorkel was again in unclear water and with less fish. When i dived and saw a snake underwater by one of the rocks I decided to get out of dodge and head for the boat. A fellow snorkeler who was also on the boat claimed they saw a shark!
The trip here from Monteverde was pretty sweet. It started with a very slow and bumpy journey along the mountains with great views, we ...