Costa Rica Tennis Club & Hotel
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... with a lovely blue sky. I wonder how long that will last..... Time for somewhere new. I'm heading to the Nicoya peninsula. There are a couple of options to get there, a $20 bus (which leaves from the city centre and would cost about $20-30 to get to the bus stop....), or a $60 private van. So I'm taking the easy option and getting a van! I booked the van last week, bit of a hassle and never received a confirmation. But the hotel managed to reconfirm it for me, so hopefully it will turn ...
... obstacles to climb over, although very steep.The photos we had seen of the lake were spectacular and we had planned to go for a swim, but as we reached the lake, we were surrounded by a thick cloud and could barely see 5 metres in front of us so unfortunately no beautiful view. We were also cold and starting to get wet so decided to give the swim a miss. The skies opened and our hike down became a bit of a mud slide, we were soaked through to the bone.
... Watch out: here comes a tourist! Tonight, we walked over to a very nice hotel and had a really good dinner. But first, some teenagers taught us to dance! We learned the marange(?), salsa, and one other one that I can't remember-baracha maybe? It was difficult but really fun! And then we watched them dance and they were AMAZING! Seriously so good. Well, I have an early day tomorrow. Breakfast at 6:45 and then off to Arenal to see a Volcano. Fun ...
... rooms. He had kept a camera from someone in our group and the bird did come out so he got great pictures. Ann has sent us a copy. We did see the bird in Monteverde but this picture is great. Memo, the guide, gave us one more chance to see if the bird was out......but he was not so we get in the bus and head back up the twisty road and on to San Jose.He tells us that most travelers are glad to leave after two days because the weather is usually misty and ...
... a third of the country's population.
Culturally, the city can be considered almost entirely European influenced, in ...