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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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Gisteren hebben wij de vulkaan gemist, dus dat moet dan maar vandaag gebeuren. Om 7.00 uur zitten wij al aan het ontbijt, want wij hebben tijd nodig. En dan op pad en dat is minimaal een uur terug. Om niet dezelfde rit te nemen gaan wij door de bergen, een B-weg, maar zowaar goed te doen. De TomTom wil ons naar de hoofdweg hebben, dus geeft elke 5 …
... padding: 0px 0px 0px 40px;"><li>Koki Beach – in P.V. (the more high-end dining option with a great happy hour, seafood, desserts, décor and photography)</li><li>Pan Pay – in P.V. (delightful chocolate croissants) </li><li>A lice's Ice Cream – along road 256 (small, organic batches made with local fresh ingredients)</li><li>Chocor art Café - along road ...
Today was the day something horrible happened, something that would damn near ruin our whole trip tho we are determined not to let it. At 11.45am we left our hotel to have some lunch 300 meters away at a little Soda on the main street of Puerto Veijo, we would return to our hotel 1 hour later to grab our swimming gear and jump in the car to head to the beach. ...
... snake, and.... wait for it...... two toucans! We stood quietly watching them in awe of our good fortune until they decided to fly away. I turned to Sam, "okay, we can leave Costa Rica now."
And so with that we were off to a new country. Henry miller once said “one’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” I couldn't agree more. I can't wait to see how Panama will change my perceptions and what lessons are waiting for me ...
... slow to notice him in fighting stance lurking behind the toilet on one of my visits. You won't be surprised to hear that neither I nor my travel companions had the bravery to get rid of either of them but thankfully a worker there armed with oven mits dispatched of the first one and our truly appalled friend Liz caged the other with a laundry basket. We remained quivering on the top bunks throughout.
That was about ...