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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... town, we see the river close by that forms the border with Panama, soon we are off the paved road and onto a gravel road, and we reach the place where we will see the chocolate making process, but first we are given a tour of the garden where we are shown medicinal plants, we are shown how rope and thread is made, dyes from the cucumon plant, cinnamon,nutmeg, cures for digestive problems and the cacao tree. As well as making chocolate, the cacao can be rubbed on the skin ...
... beachfront near Pan Pay restaurant, with the huge machete and extremely adept coconut-shelling skills).
I’ve committed to a one-month yoga membership and a one-month bike rental. I’ve figured out which fruit seller at the Saturday organic farmer’s market has the best papayas, and I’ve learned that the exorbitant price of cheese is a big issue for many local restaurateurs. I wave at people I know in town and they wave back.
For a few ...
... culture is one which is rooted in family and holds education and health care with high regard. Free education (upto grade 11) and health care are available to all its citizens, as a result Costa Rica boasts a literacy rate of 96% (Canada is 99% respectively) and a life expectancy of 79 years. Like elsewhere in the world, corrupt politics and exploitation of natural resources prove challenging, but it seems that the majority of Ticos and expats will continue ...
... not working is the lack of photos with this blog. Why, you ask? Well, I didn't think it through, how do I get the photos onto the iPad? I don't have a cord between them and nothing to act as a go between. So obviously these are some of the glitches I need to work out if I ever want to be able to say I travel blog. Sorry, guess it will have to wait until I get back. My bad, but the whole iPad thing was kind of a last minute idea and I'm still much preferring it to my honking ...
Went for a 13km bike ride from Puerto Viejo to a small end of the road town of Manzanillo. The main plan for the ride was to visit the Jaguar Rescue Center, which started off as a the name sounds and was a rehabilitation center for injured Jaguars. Now there aren't any Jaguars but it servers as a center for all sorts of animals from sloths to alligators. The coolest part was the monkeys as they had a room you got to go into and play with them. There was a ...