El Sano Banano Village Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... br> spring rolls, salad, and tuna salad. Really were hungry! Worked on stories until we heard from Craig and Jerry and they came to Calocita to greet us.
Decided to walk down the beach and see what we could see and find a place to have some food. They too had taken the long way around instead of riding the ferry. Said they would never do that again. So guess we won't ever try that if we ever rent a car!
As we were ...
... and cheese, and the sounds of the jungle. Sunday 2 November 2014 I woke early this morning, 6am and I had just missed sunrise. But the garden was glowing green and I had a wander around. Banana trees, papaya, mango, hibiscus flowers, passion flowers, green orange trees...the list is endless. It was so beautiful. Parakeets flying overhead, a toad living on the porch and the jungle sounds. Like a dream. After a lazy morning, eating granola and fruits, playing with ...
... salsa. All quite delicious! There was enough food that everyone that was upstairs got to have a taste of the fish. Had fun visiting with some of the other visitors.
Our days are coming to an end and we will be moving on to meet up with friend Craig who lives above the town of Parrita on the road to Purriscal and San Jose.
We knew that we needed to move on the 30th from Cabuya. So we looked and looked and found something online that looked very nice. Then we drove there....horrendous road...up down and twisty and with the hills and tiny road and twisty turns....worse to get to Montezuma than from Cabuya. Also....felt like we were locked into a compound. We just didn't "click" with the owner and lived in the same home as he and ...well I could ...
... br> Each time we post pictures on here, we will try and write a little something about whats happening.
September 5, 21013
Yesterday we spent most of the day at our pool because the sun finally came out. September and October are considered the rainy seasons here and for good reason. We decided that any time the sun came out and it looked clear, we were going to enjoy it! When it is overcast out, we decided we would do ...