El Sano Banano Village Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... calling back and forth and some fast moving small birds, more than likely warblers or vireos.
There were places where the trees would give way to the sand and we would walk along the beach for awhile and then back up into the shade. The tide was out and so we did go down to the water's edge and check out some of the tide pools that we visible in the edge of the water. There were small fish visible in some of them.
... explore the other side of town, homemade icy-poles, walk through town, scorpion, last day, chill out, more beach, banana bar for the final sunset, favorite part of my trip, drinks watching the surfers, this is living, sun goes down, "don't worry be happy" comes on, a perfect end, to the perfect place, leftovers for dinner, Lukes made bruschetta, a few Cervesas to end the night, lights out, up at 8:30am, car arrives from Car hire, pack up the car, board on ...
... There seemed to be enough wind and of course they had to try. The attempt failed but I think it cheered Brian a little bit just to see a kite up, as short lived as that may have been.
Barry and Natalia make a very nice couple and we look forward to hanging out with them in Austin. Natalia even took kite lessons in Bahia Salinas! That is love, indeed! It bodes well that she wants to share in Barry's obsession. ;-)
... into 2 square blocks. We had information that there was regular bus service from Cabuya to Montezuma. While there is a bus, it is not that regular. I flagged down the bus, and the driver was a large dark man wearing a bandana over his mouth and nose. I handed him some Colones and sat behind him. As we began rolling, he made change and handed the coins back to me. The dust clouds were enormous. We arrived, dust and all into Montezuma 20 minutes later. While Jeff ...
... like a good idea for a beginner surfer (Mac). So we are hoping we can find another spot to try surfing further up the Costa Rican coast, or in one of the other countries we are yet to visit.
We also had the opportunity to witness some fantastic Costa Rican celebrations as we were in Santa Teresa during Costa Rican Independence Day. There was a special parade with lots of creative lanterns that the local kids made, scary ...