Hotel Guanacaste Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... agriculture. We stopped to say hello to everyone we passed. We followed increasingly thin roads until we
reached Tanya’s friends house, Carmen. Carmen excitedly told me about the many
birds that frequent her yard, particularly in the morning, and invited me back
to see them. As we spoke I had the opportunity to take some wonderful photos of
a humming bird in her garden. We took a short walk to ...
... hot drinks here are coffee and agua dulce - a mix of brown sugar, water and hot milk. We went high up in the hills of Santa Ana to a traditional brown sugar mill that is powered by two bulls. It is the last of its kind in San Jose. It was closed but the very proud owner let us in and showed us around. Just around the corner was a mask maker. The owner is the grandson of one of the most famous mask makers in Costa Rica ...
... shallow lake. Luke Carito, a brother from NH who has been serving in Limon for a year, met up with us in La Fortuna after having successfully made the border crossing in Nicaragua. Need-greaters in CR must leave the country every 90 days, whereas in Panama it’s every 6 months. They’re a little more strict in CR about how long you can stay, so many of them aren’t even granted another 90 days-it’s up to the border ...
... you started out holding a baby holler monkey then they stuck you in the monkey cage. That was very cool. The just jumped on me. They made you empty your pockets first as the monkeys searched your pockets to steal things. They even opened zipper pockets to look for items to steal. It was very cool.
After coming out of the cage I was told that the same monkeys attacked a drunk idiot ...
... the morning. Around lunchtime we headed out to get some empanadas and to look at two other parks marked on the map. They weren't much to write home about so we had our lunch in the main square. We then did a bit of shopping and then headed back to the room for a bit more rest. At 5.30pm we headed out again but this time to get chicken and chips for dinner and an ice cream for dessert. Then we went back to the hotel for a relaxing ...