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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Our lift arrives soon after an early breakfast for our jungle crocodile safari. A real wide boy with his gold alloys who doesn't speak any English, so a silent journey down to meet the boat for our tour. We arrive, use the loo and wait for the 8.30 tour, no other customers so we are led to the boat by our guide. First of all we are taken up river …
We've booked a guide to take us to Carara notational park, Antonio shows up in his ****** car and takes us first to the crocodile bridge and then to the park entrance to buy our tickets and we then drive on further up the road to a less used trail to a lagoon. He shows us a white bat through his spotting scope and then we head into the jungle. He …
Early brekkie, and a shared shuttle to drop us at Tarcoles crocodile bridge. Except we're the only ones in the minibus - happy days - a private transfer! Ride Costa Rica shuttle is great, and we are dropped off at 9.45am at the bridge, we have booked a taxi for 10am so we have a smoothie at the stall at the side of the bridge. Frederick from Cerro …
The group woke up early and had a continental breakfast at the hostel. Then off to central market...but we forgot today is Sunday and it is closed. So we walked around town and visited a park. The area looks far different than home but that is how I like to travel. We hit a panaderia for naked goods and checked out a grocery store. Cost of living is relatively high compared to incomes. People are friendly but the students are shy about using Spanish. But so far everyone is excited to be ...
They came out of nowhere and flew way above our heads while I was fast enough to capture their flight on camera! They’re considered endangered today due local extinction through habitat destruction and capture for the parrot trade!
But enough talking about birds! As much as they were nice to see, lots of crocodiles were also spotted along the shore ...