Hotel Costa Coral
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that said public welcome but according to their sign they had just finished their breakfast hours. Robert went and asked because no one came to wait on us and they assured us they could fix us breakfast after they went and got some eggs for the bargain price of $10. Decided to carry on and got back out on the road heading toward Calocita.
Finally made it back to Calocita where we fixed a nice ice cold drink and then lunch of ...
... sand, rocks, small rivers. The sun was beginning to set and we could see a storm approaching! I had only brought my camera and nothing else - so wasn't too happy when we were suddenly caught in a downpour! So we ran back up to the road, soaking. Their house was a further couple of minutes up into the jungle. In the middle of the jungle, with the most amazing view, through the trees, out to the ocean. The rest of the evening was spent sitting out on the porch, ...
... would and would make a salad for the dinner. He had fresh tuna and mackerel, a lot of it! Went upstairs and joined in the fun. Robert had gone to town to get salad ingredients and also got one of the giant squash which I grilled along with the fish.
Added to this was rice, broccoli, our salad and a mango, tomato, purple ...
... them to boil. After what I deemed an appropriate time of boiling, I removed a couple from the hot water, to find that they were encased in what looked like hot dog condoms. It turns out that in Costa Rica, they do not use any kind of a skin on their hot dogs. So to keep the meat together, they encase the meat in a rubbery plastic. One must squeeze the meat out of the rubber casings and onto the bun. Meaty goodness. Sunday morning, we caught the 7:20 bus at 7:45 and set about on the journey to ...
... porch and monkeys! We hear the howlers in the mornings and at night and we saw white face monkeys in town.
Today, September 3rd, we took our first walk down to the beach and to Ylang Ylang resort on the beach. The house we live in is at the top of an incredibly steep hill and the walk down was fine but as you can imagine, the walk back was a little hairy. I think if we walk it every day, our booties will be half way up our ...