Blue Palm Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and lush green landscapes.
I didn't have the views from the front that I would have wished for but from the side, they were still awesome! As well, since our guide sat right behind us, we could easily ask him questions while he pointed out to so many species of plants!
As we continued on, panoramic ocean views ...
... with a grader and the monkeys had taken flight. Never the less Chris did great job of explaining the local fauna and finding some Howler monkeys instead, From her we headed to the Tarcoles River for a cruise amongst the crocodiles. En route we visited acountry fruit stall and tasted some local delicacies. The Tarcoles river cruise was truly amazing - crocs everywhere - and big one at that, as big as ours in Aus. The guide hand fed them from the bank with chicken wings - we ...
... that I cannot use the Spanish I learned in Barcelona. Ticos, as Costa Ricans are referred to, and actually everyone here says "¡Pura Vida!" which literally translates to "pure life" but they use it to say hello, goodbye, cheers or just to describe something being perfect. I really like this expression. And I think that I'll be hearing and saying it a lot the next three months! I've decided to do yoga next week as well because surfing starts at 6 am and I am ...
... it even more. Josh Thomas and Mike Cooper took on one run in the course upside down and by the time we got to the blistering, second to the last run, everyone took it on at nearly top speed (up to 60mph)!
Returned for lunch at the hotel and then went shopping in Jaco. After returning, all of us went swimming, some in the pool but others in the Pacific. Mike, Josh, Tom and David did a fair amount of bodysurfing.
Several of the guys took time to ...
... rest of Central America). I realised while we were waiting in line to leave Costa Rica that we had only been given 5 days in CR (as we had thought we were flying out on the 7th). Dave had the bright idea of altering the 5 in our passports to a 6 with a pen. As I didn't feel like being questioned by the police or going to jail I put a foot down and said no. Fortunately the immigration girl didn't look twice. We then had to go over to Panama, line up again, get ...