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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... to break a good couple of feet above my head ...
I tried to jump high enough to keep my head above water while simultaneously grabbing at my sunglasses, but to no avail - the wave nailed me good, and tumbled me end over end ... and when I emerged from the surf, my sunglasses were nowhere to be found. Now, this wasn't the first time I'd lost a pair of glasses while traveling, but this was the least traumatic of the two - ...
... So happy we did see the volcano before we left.
In order to see a little more scenery before we headed back to San Agustin, we took the route around Arenal Lake. During the first part of our trek, we could see the volcano and the lake, pretty majestic. Because “all the good cactuses were on Neil’s side” I hopped into the back seat for some better photos. This road was paved but incredibly windy. In order to get the best shot, I ...
So as the weeks go on, day to day things are pretty much the same so here's a few little bits of things that have been going on. Just before Vicki and Katie left they managed to hire some body boards and as you hire them for the day they said I could have a go. Considering I had never tried it they gave me some tips. It was probably the most fun I've had in the sea and it felt like I was flying! It took me a few tries to get the hang of it ...
... a taxi to my Aunts and rather than drive home in the -20 degree night, stayed until morning. Dang, from 95 to minus 20 in a day. Brrr.
It is now Thursday and Robin is better, but still suffering intestinal 'disorder'. Dr put her on the 'BRAT' diet with the hopes whatever is inside her will die out.
Thanks for reading. I hope you enjoyed a taste of Costa Rica.
... our canine companion that temporarily adopted Robin at breakfast. After a stop at the mercardo, the atm for cash to pay the hotel, and a visit to organic store, in other words, the only things open, we headed back to Lo Que Hay to chill with a Bloody Mary for Robin and Diet Pepsi for me. There we sat for an almost 2 hours.
Finally the town came to life by 10 and we were able to pick up a few items. I had hoped to take the Turtle tour Sunday night to see the Leatherback ...