Hotel De Montana El Pelicano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... amazing day in the water (dispute the weather, again). A quick drive back to the hostel and it's time to say goodbye to Manuel. It has been a fantastic 4 days with him and I am so grateful that he still took me out given that I was on my own, I understand and appreciate that he could have quite easily cancelled the trip altogether as I'm sure financially it would cost more than he made to take me on the tour on my own. So all in all, I have loved my time in Turrialba!!!! Now watch out ...
... ever seen.
Costa Rica is one of the most ecologically diverse places on the planet and home so many species of birds in particular. You would think that Costa Rica's national bird would be a bird with the astounding color combinations like their neighboring countries. Oh no, Costa Rica does not roll that way. Beauty is nice, but agriculture and education are more important. The majority of Costa Rica's farming ...
... except zip line day) so we didn't mind so much. Next we headed around the coast of Manuel Antonio around the large islands and past the beaches. It was a beautiful view of the surrounding area from out in the sea. The boat we were on was playing latin american music and were served up some tasty cocktails. Next we headed towards the coral reef to snorkel. Little did we know this was pretty much right in front of our hotel and we probably could have ...
So we made it to our first destination- San Jose, after three flights today. Its been a long day and yes I did mention that Jet Lag would not be something I would feel today, but boy was I wrong! Thinking that because Costa Rica is in the same time Zone as Strongfield.... we would be ok...... (COUGH) yep.... never say never.... ...
... squares; plus an impressive stone paved road, which leads into the site. The civilisation that was based at the site had no domesticated animals, so impressively all of the stones laid were carried by human hand. She pointed out some of the flora and fauna too and whilst not as extensive as Carara, it was nonetheless interesting and the highlight was seeing the brightly coloured toucans swooping overhead. As on the other phases, we were soon into a structured rhythm ...