El Sabanero Beach Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of monkeys eating the flowers. So cute! At the restaurant, it is an open air restaurant . We were able to get a spot and the speciality is smoked pork. Haidan, Roger, myself had the smoked pork, rice, black beans, and slaw. Chloe had fish & chips. For drinks Roger a beer, Haidan a coke, me a fresh pineapple smoothie. It was very good and the total was $19,500 colones = $37.20 USD. Remember at 5:45 pm the sun sets ...
We climbed into Rob’s Isuzu with a long drive ahead of us. Our two primary destinations were Playa Coco and Playa Hermosa. These towns are to the north of where we ended our excursion yesterday. We drove around the protected conservation area of Costa Esmerelda and headed north.
Driving into Playa del Coco one could understand its tourist orientation. Even though it was off season, there ...
After running back into Kat and Gerard, we made plans to meet up with them at their hotel and to have dinner the the seaside restaurant Coco Loco famous for their coconut inspired dishes. for the second year I opted for the brie and chicken sandwich. It was very delicious, but my favorite dish of the trip was the side of rice and beans that came with it. Mixed up in some sort of spicy coconut sauce, I swear nobody does beans and ...
... a miracle in itself because that was one very deep hole. FINALLY, tired and satisfied that her nest was perfect, she began to lay her eggs. About 100. Approximately only 3 babies will survive due to various predators on the beach and in the ocean. Before they reach the water from their nest they are prey to vultures and raccoons. Then in the ocean apparently octopus and squid, etc. love baby turtles for lunch. I have one photo of the first few eggs. ...
When traveling by oneself, it is always important to remember the golden rule of solo travelers: Your first day alone will probably stink the most. Despite the friends you made on the bus or in your flat, your first day of classes/ activities is always difficult.
My first day, I struggled through my placement exam, learned the most basic of Spanish phrases, ate a delicious Costa Rican lunch, struggled to speak in my 5.5 hours of class, ...