Camarona Caribbean Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I crossed the border today, which was relatively straight forward: bus to border; get stamp to exit & pay dollars (for the pleasure of leaving, probably not legal but hey); collect bag; walk across old railway bridge with bags; get entry stamp; get on different bus! I am spending a night in Puerto Viejo. It's a real hippy vibe here with ...
... the car had been broken into and Laurie's prized possession, his camera and 600mm lens, had been stolen in broad daylight, on a busy street outside our hotel. The police and investigators were very helpful, they did what they could but had little chance of finding it. We gave back the rental car and moved our flight to Mexico forward, no more wildlife, no more ...
... main street following the beach, with hostel, bars, little shops and restaurants lining on each side. Phil and I walked along the street the first day, getting accustomed to the place before we realized just how far our hostel was from the main area. We rented bikes the following day to go visit parts of the beach we didn't already see and went to another beach called ...
... in Punta Uva that looks after all sorts of injured animals, like snakes, monkeys, sloths, raccoons, birds and wild cats. They look after them and try to get them ready to be released back into the wild. It was lovely to visit but after our visit I was paranoid that the poisonous snake that we were warned about was going to make a visit into our shack while sleeping.
Punta Uva and Puerto Viejo are beautiful places in the world but I don't miss the mosquito's.
... so most of what we did revolved around the water. On the plus side the sea was calm, with great snorkelling close by, especially the Zapatilla Islands which Oliver has talked about. Now we are at the northern end of Isla Colon, which is the main island, and boasts the town and airport. Here the waters are rough with a large swell (good for boogie boarding!), but the house is set in the heart of the rain forest. In our two days so far we have already seen 2 types ...