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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... eat, sleep, repeat. I readily admit these are pretty delicious topics to tackle, but when you’re out there doing it for weeks or months on end it’s easy to grow weary of it on occasion.
With so much to see and sometimes limited time within which to see it, tragic as it may seem it can be challenging to remember to step back from all the logistics and just be where we are. Figuratively and often literally speaking, we’re so busy analyzing which ...
... road leveled out, and the rain stopped. It was here that our guide, Rayner, explained a little about the history of Costa Rica. He said that the economy was originally based on banana plantations and cattle. And the area we were passing through used to be a lot of banana plantations. However, some sort of fungus destroyed the main exportable variety of banana. And scientists haven’t been able to come up with another variety that is as sweet and will transport as well (i.e. ...
... and really warm and clear. We swam and tanned for a couple hours, then headed back to shower and go get some dinner. Unfortunately we hit a snag in our plans, as all of the ATMs in the small town were out of money! Anyone who had money pooled enough together so we were all able to have a nice meal, as well as grab some beers and some food for breakfast the next morning while we waited for the ATMs to be refilled. Dinner was great, ...
... morning we met another young
couple on the beach with there 4 year old daughter.... From San jose, they played making roads in the sand and covering each other in it. Was pretty nice to see them Happy - Luc's amigo!!!!Its hot today, not sure how hot but no clouds means for a very hot day. Our laundry just arrived fresh and folded and we may head to a surfing competion that is in Punta Uva this afternoon.
Got a pot of black beans on ...
I was heading for Puerto Viejo, about 20 km from the border.. on the coast. From it's name it was the old port from which everything (including bananas!) used to be shipped before they built a better complex up at Puerto Limon, another 30km up the coast. As a result it is now a sleepy resort-town. Bob Marley lives on here, too. Plenty of alternative/holistic/whatever spas treatments and some pretty whacky characters. I checked into the Blue Conga Hotel where ...