Blue Palm Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... walking around. I was able to get a picture of it (from a distance). A little girl also kept peeking around the corner at me as well. She would peek, then smile and then hide behind a wall. It was cute.
"Girl, You're my Angel" by Shaggy is currently playing in the background as I type this blog. Now, if anyone is going to give you a tropical groove, Shaggy is the one to do just that. :)
There are more people swimming in the pool ...
... directions were great & we were on our way to the Coast 10 minutes later.
The day was cloudy & cool and the terrain mountainous. Surprisingly the mountains extend almost all the way to the Coast. It was a 2 hour drive to Esterillos. Signs aren't great so if you're not paying attention, you'll zip right on by the turnoff.
We met the caretakers at 3:00 after we had a pleasant lunch in the town center at Amigos restaurant. Drew found rice ...
... walk through the town, to suss out where the main things were, then grabbed my book & headed to the beach. I watched the surfers show off their impressive skills - still might see if one of the fitties wants to teach me tomorrow :) then took a nice, long walk along the beach & back before having the biggest burger ever & a very yumi mango smoothie mmmmmm! Up at 7.30 this morning for a run along the beach before it got too hot, only my third run since travels started but ...
... for all of the citizens. Today was also the first time I had been made to feel uncomfortable in Costa Rica. One man did so by his bibulousness, and another by his self-righteousness. Still, only twice in three months.
On a happier note, we finally saw a fiery-billed aracari. The colors of this toucan are exquisite, even by the high standard of birds here--our photos don't do it justice. Our photos don't do any of the wildlife in Costa Rica ...
... you are not allowed to stay on the bus for the crossing but your luggage does. When you get across THEN you get your luggage off the bus. The other option, which we did not want to do is self-carry our luggage onto the ferry and back off again. This required you to carry your luggage up two flights of stairs and back down again.
When we got to Paquera Robert had gone back to talk to our bus driver while I was standing where the young man who has ...