El Castillo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... on the 5.1 km hike to the peak. some of the views on the way there were even better. When we finally ascended the extremely steep final section, and strode out onto the peak (a 5 meter square sheer sided pinnacle of rock) the view blew our minds! We were high above the clouds, and could see the coasts on both sides of Costa Rica (all be it it was partly guesswork with one coast). the mountains stretched away from us to the horizons, and the wind bit ...
... we will have this alot while we are here. It was excellent. Most of the students loved it, but others were not so fond since they were such picky eaters and were not sure what to think of eating a meal in a foreign coutnry for the first time in their lives. No whataburger for them!!! We got back on the bus and then headed to Sierpe, which was a 5 hour drive which SUCKED! not becuase of roads ...
... We loaded up and headed for Bueno Aires. At 2:30 the rains came. The drive from San Vito to Bueno Aires was spectacular, especially around Jabillo. Definitely putting this area on our list.
We were stopped at a policia check point and had to show our passports. The officers are really nice but intimidating with their M16's. Robby doesn't let us take pictures. I personally think Courtney should get out and pose with them.
Pulled into ...