El Rodeo Estancia Boutique Hotel & Steakhouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Banquet room
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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 ...
... try two of the potato chips which were really good. Rayner told us how to prepare for tomorrow’s rafting adventure which should be something else with all this rain! We don’t have to leave until 8:50 so we can sleep in a little tomorrow.
After supper we relaxed and I worked on the blog for today. Erin marked birds and animals in her wildlife book. We are all looking forward to getting a good night’s ...
... exactly the same as those in Costa Rica and Panama have one difference. The flesh inside tastes the same as any other pineapple but the flesh is pure white!
After a week in Nottingham with Anna we are returning to Lanzarote for 4 months before starting a tour of Southern Africa in October. So probably no more blogs until then unless we come across something exciting in the Canaries! Hope you will join us in the autumn.
... sad that such a unique and delicate eco-system had been brushed aside to make way for farming. We also saw areas where the road had begun to be built, which broke my heart. The idea that toxic fumes from cars would be making their way to be trapped under the jungle canopy made me wonder how anyone could not believe that this land was sacred.
Once back in El Castillo, we spent the afternoon and following morning enjoying the rest of what the town had ...
... the cages were too small and cramped.
Finally it was time for lunch. We were starving after all of the physical activity. The Colibries Restaurant is roughly in the middle of the various exhibits. The architecture of the restaurant gives the feel of eating amongst the large trees and waterfalls of the rain forest. It is a buffet style restaurant. The food was much better than the touristy fare we ...