Blue Jay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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7am pick up, was suppose to be 7:30am, mad rush to pack up, bus through, the mountains, in the clouds, muy freo, English couple, hairdresser, carpenter, amazing muffin, so green, driving through little villages, down the mountains, pick up more randoms, getting hotter, onto the ferry, pumping beats, Cervesas, everyone getting blind, so hot, amazing view, mountains, sea, so many people, off the ferry, onto the bus, bumpy roads, so dusty, arrive ...
... we continued our walk down the beach. After passing the small number of surfers, again it was just us, no one else around! We spotted some howler monkeys up in the trees, one had a baby! But no loud noises from them today! We had been walking for about 3 hours when we decided to turn around and head back. It was getting pretty hot, and I was quite tired after such a long walk! But after about 20 minutes of heading back, a friend drove past and we managed to get a ...
... from the property and kept wanting Brian to try the coconuts. Brian also liked that there were iguanas and lizards everywhere and he actually got to see some howler monkeys.
We would have enjoyed the place a lot more except that I started to get sick and didn't have any energy. The heat was really getting to me.
Brian in the meantime, did take a surf lesson. He actually got up and going a couple of times. ...
Back for a refreshing swim and chat with Susan in the pool. Guess I must be looking tanned as Susan thought I had some "Thai" in me!! It's actually cooler now!! a pleasant relief!
Feeling tremendously content with life today - must be from beating Rich twice at Scrabble - heh - not really, just settling in to relaxville - the yoga being such a tremendous part of getting ...
We woke up at 4:30 this morning to pack up and catch a taxi to the San Jose bus station. After some confusion, we hopped on a bus to embark on a 6 hour bus ride to Playa Santa Teresa, a quiet, hippie town where the hostels line the coast. We didn't realize it, but we also had to take a 70 minute ferry ride and then hop back on the bus on the other side. The ferry ride was gorgeous, but the rest of the 6 hour bus ride dragged on. ...