Camarona Caribbean Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... bites and rashes, so I give it a go an my prickly heat affected arm, it's sticky and makes quite a mess but does seem to be quite soothing. Enough is enough, I WANT CHOCOLATE! We are shown into a large wooden hut, in the far corner is a bbq come stove, over it is a saucepan with cacao beans, we are all given a chance to stir it, the beans will be ready when they start to pop like popcorn, it takes quite a while and they have to be stirred continuously. When they ...
... I’m living a (privileged) version of Caribbean Costa Rican regular life, savouring the simple elegance of its everyday goings-on. I wilt in sultry heat, soak in exotic humidity, and wear clothes that never quite dry. I jump salty waves and sink my feet into sand and marvel at the slow pace of sloths. I traverse washed-out roads on my rickety bike and watch the jungle spread its emerald wings ever farther as it rains, rains, rains.
I am moved by the beauty of ...
... the natural beauty of their home. Underlying this is the Costa Rican government's commitment to becoming the first carbon-neutral country in the world by 2021. It's these goals and values that balance the allure to the country's post-card beaches and culinary delights and will undoubtedly draw us back in the future. The big question will then be: East or West Coast? Side note: A few other wonderful dining options not to be missed: <ul style="margin: 1em ...
... and the same keyboard player from the night before. It was a fun night out with good food and music.
On our last day we hired bikes again and headed 12km out of town to another beach. It was a decent bike ride that was relatively flat. At first we thought that we had no brakes on the bikes but later realised that they were the old school back pedal breaks. We hung out at the beach reading and relaxing before biking back to town. Again we headed out ...
... away balls, laughing at each other's ability or inability to play pool all while feeding the juke box quarters to put on tunes to dance around to. Eventually after about 6 vokas each ( I sadly realised that was 36 drinks between us) we thought we better call it a night knowing our adventure day would be miserable if we kept drinking through the night. So we asked for the bill as we started a tab at the beginning of the night knowing we would all split it at the end. Having no ...