Encanta La Vida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... down the same line in a normal position which of course made it even faster. Snoring So the trip from San Juan del Sur to Monteverde can be quite mission and we celebrated making it in around 8hrs. Although 4-5 hrs later I got the guilts when I saw a guy that had been on our first bus that morning. Why didn't we ask where he was headed when he didn't get off where we did for the connecting bus? So he tells us his story of how he missed a later connecting bus and ...
... active at nightime. Later we packed, and prepared ourselves for the next stop, being, Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua!
Some thoughts on Costa Rica as a country. Again, we didn't see much of Costa Rica, but what we did see, we liked. Puerto Viejo had a great feel to the place, though it was a shame about the weather. Monteverde and Santa Elena too had good infrastructures, which made visiting, getting around and making the most of our time easy. The ...
... The hostel was really quite nice, very small, but had a really nice homey feeling. She gave me all the tour info for the area and helped me book a few things for the next day. I then ventured into town and got groceries, got out cash, and ran into the British girls I had met on the Corn Island. We chatted for a bit before I went back and made myself food. Then I watched a movie and made myself dinner before calling it a ...
... The namaste rolls were rice paper rolls and the dipping sauce was so very good.
On our way back, stopped at the store and bought the ingredients to make our own gazpacho soup along with a black bean salad. Put the can of corn and salsa base in the freezer to chill and put the tomatoes, cucumber and carrot in the refrigerator to cool down. Worked on stories for awhile and then went up and made the ...
... he's a forest fireman! That's pretty cool! We were planning on catching a local bus to Rivas and then another to the border. Upon arriving at the bus which wasn't leaving for another hour, we found lots of people in the same boat, so ended up spitting taxis instead to save time. Only $5 each so not too bad. We teamed up with this Dutch dude and made our way to Rivas. Upon arriving we went to 2 bus companies. One was full, the other didn't ...