Casa Conde del Mar Hotel and Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... out and doing Hojancha things. We played Scrabble with our Tico friends, had a Costa Rican BBQ at one of our friends house, watched the sunsets, and looked at the stars in the middle of the soccer field at night. We also went to Monte Romo, the highest point in Hojancha.
There was also the second presidential election. The first one was back in January or February but the results were too close so they had to hold a second election, between ...
... as the extreme amount of rain had nearly flooded the shop, the water was nearly knee deep and they were trying to clear the water out. Luckily it stopped Ewing soon aft we got back and they managed to drain it away. We all headed to coconutz for drinks and Leo invited us to play poker. I really wanted to go but I had promised Taylor I would go and help her with her presentations for tomorrow. So being a good friend we headed home after a few drinks and got her prepared for ...
... a massage each! What a special treat! I can't even remember the last time I had a massage.
After my massage, we went for a brunch on the beach. When we got back from the brunch just as the boys were just returning from their fishing trip. They caught a ton of red snappers. They were all pretty excited and had a great time. Their plan was to have fresh fish for dinner that night!
At this point, I had about an hour left before I had to get on the bus to ...
... morning at Jireh we awoke to no rain , even some
sunshine, and after a quick cornflakes breakfast in our room checked out and
drove further around the huge Lago Arenal, some 40 odd kms long and about 4
wide. We took an “interesting” looking side track off the main road that the
GPS said to follow to get to our next destination and found ourselves once
again on the slippery stuff. Loose, wet gravel on a slope away and up from the
lake shore ...
... from the tv cabinet that is hanging from the roof and fell onto the foosball table. We quickly scrambled to pick it up (or at least some of us did) to play with it. It had the pads on its feet that allow it to hold onto anything it wants to. After a few tries it ended up wanting to stay in Dave's hair. We carefully put it back on a tree and went to bed.
This morning was early. Everyone was up ...