Hotel Costa Coral
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... read. Even Brian was reading!
It really was a little disconcerting to have Brian just sleep and read in a hammock for almost two days... =)
The sunsets were great though. There are a lot of dogs and two really big ones took Brian as their buddy and he played with them through the sunset. That was while we were at the first place.
Once we moved to Casa Azul (our second place) where we were ...
... crackers and then bananas and watermelon. If you can believe this, it is the one day I left the house without my camera. Needless to say, we will be going back for full photo proof of our incredible monkey adventure.
Although the other day we went monkey hunting, we found the howlers right around the corner from the house. And boy was that fun. They put on quite a show for awhile eating and hanging from branches doing great ...
... ceilings. The dining room is one of the prettiest rooms I have ever entered, with the windows opening to the valley of San Jose. On the property is a large guanacaste tree, which is truly the stuff of fairy tales. Every room has a balcony overlooking the pool with vistas of San Jose just beyond. All of the employees, without exception, are charming. The maid introduced herself to me (and complimented my daughters, which always curries favor ...
... flew off and in the same tree was a black-headed Trogan!
As we continued up the road, Robert suddenly signaled there was something up ahead. It was a white nosed coati up in the tree eating away at the flowers just seeming to enjoy himself greatly. He spent about 30 minutes eating away and then dropped out of view. Then suddenly, we heard noise down on the road level, out pops his head, he sees us and turn and off he goes.
... Puntarenas in order to catch the ferry (a good two hour drive), only to realize instead of just minutes, we actually had hours to spare. Which was just as well as the ferry fills up quickly during the high season and it is a several hour wait for the next ferry if you arrive too late to secure a spot.
On the hour long ferry ride, we met a lovely Canadian ex-pat who lives in the town of Montezuma with her darling eight-year old son. ...