El Castillo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 1 yesterday is really only as big as a camera so slightly disadvantaged. Stay tuned for competition updates. With the morning wildlife shoot over everyone is off to the local markets for a bit of shopping. Everyone except me.....I have a date with my brand new inov8s! My first run in almost a year is an extremely hot 20 minutes. The pool is a fantastic warm down and thats where I stay for the rest of the day. When the neighbors get home from the market they do much the same. Amandas ...
... d rented a large car - which barely fit our stuff - and got to Tarcoles in pouring rain about 5PM. Back on the road in the morning, we pulled into our yard around 11, after stopping for fresh produce at the market in Uvita.
We've had an amazing 2 months and a bit since returning! This is truly home - at least for now! It's so wake up with the roosters early each morning, and enjoy the relative coolness of the early hours. We spend the ...
... my little life so far. Pura Vida!
So with that out of the way… Crossing the mess that was the Nicaraguan border, it was with relief and a smile that we arrived in Costa Rica. The country is renowned for its wildlife, rainforests, the 26 National Parks, the many beaches to choose from and good people… what isn’t there to love for the tourists, ahem, backpackers? Even in rainy season, or green season, the ...
I am sitting at my "office" desk in Turrialba. There is a house that we all use as the office, lounge and cooking area. Down the road is another house where we all sleep (we have bunk beds) and in between the 2:
- some massive army style tents for the venturers
- lock ups (bodega) for equipment and gear
- shower and toilet block
- a dog ...
... in terms of twists, turns and descents, and it was even more interesting when the mountains fogged up. We stopped for dinner just outside of Quepos at a new restaurant, that is quickly becoming very popular. We all ordered Sopa de Mariscos (fish soup). It was a delightful mix of a cream base, with calamari, mussels, shrimp, crab and scallops.
Another quiet evening back at the condo, sipping Baileys, listening to the animals, and dreaming of ...