Encanta La Vida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... conversant in English and offered some suggestions as to using the various sauces and also mentioned that Phyllis should squeeze the lemon over the chicharrones. Mystery solved, and if anyone was watching us at the first restaurant we expect there are amusing stories floating around.
No beer (of course not), and no wine since we had a long drive ahead of us. We hit the road home about 2:30 and were home before dark... perfect!
... so people will not pile things on top of it. Like to use the bottom shelf if possible because in my experience people do not pile on it as much as bags in the top two shelves.
The same two girls are working here and were both surprised and glad to see us. Did a little more nesting and then cleaned up and headed back down to town to see what was what. Walked down toward the beach and past the bookstore. It appears as ...
We spent 2 days in a Rain Forest on the Carribean side of the Continental Divide and now 2 days on the Pacific Side of the Continental Divide in the Monteverde Cloud Forest. It has been pretty wet so far, with limited views, but that hasn't stopped the activities. Yesterday we left La Fortuna and took a boat across Lake Arenal. On the other side there was a van waiting for us. Another 2 hours on rough roads upwards to the ...
... we added Purple-throated Mountain-gem, Magenta-throated Woodstar, Scintillant Hummingbird, and the Magnificant Hummingbird. We had a pretty good rain for a bit after lunch, but saw a Golden-browed Chlorophonia dancing in the leaves. The afternoon concluded with a drive way up into the cloud forest, but the clouds were so thick today that the only bird we got a good look at was a female Long-tailed Silky-flycatcher. ...
... this for many years and some guides proudly collect these. Better advertising! I do feel for Josh. He was led into this adventure back when we were to work with the school. Now, his interaction with kids is limited. Two girls his age worked with us today, and he kicked the soccer ball around a bit, but I know it wasn't the same as being in a larger group of kids. We will try to add some fun into the trip, but we've been quite exhausted both days. We shall see what we can fit ...