El Rodeo Estancia Boutique Hotel & Steakhouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... is a matter that is up for debate - in theory, the culture, language, and people of Costa Rica should be exotic to North Americans, but it is such an established post on the Gringo Trail that any vestiges of its true identity may be nowhere to be found.
Truth be told, we share some trepidation about our journey to Costa Rica - stories about experiences here vary greatly, as the country has become more and more overrun ...
... He was walking around with a friend, actually came and spoke to me because he remembered me, and obviously that means he is speaking. He even went to the beach with another family for vacation. That would not have happened a year ago. I think the longwood students got this ball rolling last year and they also helped the teachers learn how to engage the child. So proud of his ...
... Back on the boat, we headed to the drop off point for the jungle walk. Heading out of the boat and into the jungle was a amazing. The trees were so dense and thick that you felt as if you were indoors. The humidity was very high and although it was raining, so few drops actually touched your skin due to the density of the tree canopy. We were actually so pleased that it was raining as we were in a rainforest after all and the sound of the gentle rain mixed with ...
... World Cup qualifier which thankfully Costa Rica won!! Saturday I got a lift back down to San Jose for the weekend as it is hard to go anywhere from the farm without a car. Also dying to catch up on some sleep as the farm gets noisy from about 5am so I've been awake pretty early every day. Ofelia had a friend round which was great fun as she had retired here from America so we were all chatting in English, yay!! Today I am off to the cinema to watch ...
... and made our way to catch the bus to Puerto Limon. We walked the 1.5km to the road from La Selva and caught a bus to a main intersection. We were lucky as a bus to Puerto Limon was there waiting to depart in the next 5 minutes so we quickly boarded. The bus connections were going our way, and after a quick change in Limon, which is a rough port town, we were on our way to Cahuita on the Caribbean coast. We arrived in the sleepy Caribbean town early evening and were met by a ...