Blue Palm Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... car at 6:30AM, we were on our way!
I should mention that I stupidly declined to get a GPS or write down any directions because I was told the road signage in Costa Rica was great. So we decided to wing it and sort of blindly drive through Costa Rica. As a result, we ended up on the wrong route to the coast. This road ended up taking us up and down really scenic hills on a not well maintained, toll free scenic Highway 1. I had downloaded the Costa Rica area on Google ...
... worse. We got her into to see a doctor who was kind and helpful. He sent her for tests after giving her a shot in her tush. She started to feel better and the fever went down. Her bloodwork was back in an hour and inconclusive. The doctor gave her medication to get her through the night and trip home. Because of the meds, Sallie felt well enough to go catch her last sunset and we had our last dinner at Morgan's Cove ...
... instead of the San Carlos station. Got to the station in plenty of time and were some of the first in line.
Got our luggage loaded on and settled in to wait and watch people until time to board the bus. The bus leaves at 6:00a.m. and the cost is 15,200 colones for two people which is equal to $15.20 each. This is a real bargain as it covers the cost of the bus ride to Puntarenas where you catch the ferry across the Golfo Dulce to Paquera where ...
... a lot today!
Since we had the only keys to the house and the boys had no way to get back in, we made sure we were home by early afternoon. Not that it was necessary because the boys didn't show back up until 4:45. What was supposed to be a 1/2 day trip turned into a full day adventure 20 miles offshore.
Chiri's Fishing Tours
... of days so this is a big change of pace for us.
Jaco (pronounced 'haco'- j sounds like h, e sounds like a, z sounds like s, v sounds like b, etc etc- the "v sounds like b rule" has largely rechristened me as Bic or BBB- Big Bad Bic) has a large American ex-pat community along with a plethora of tour offices and souvenir shops, so it's not exactly an authentic Costa Rican experience but it has the infrastructure we're looking for. In addition to ...