Hotel Guanacaste Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The ride was long, but beautiful none the less. There was so much green. I don't know what kind of green you have been exposed to...but this was the greenest place I have ever seen. I am a fan of the color, so having it everywhere is pretty awesome. Lucy and I spent the remainder of the journey searching our guide books on and off looking for facts, animals, maps, and pretty much anything we could find.
Did you know that 25% of the world's butterflies ...
... of water inside. Noooooooo. I dried it off as best I could and took the batteries out. I've usually been able to fix things this has happened too so I'm hopeful that if I leave it dry out I might be able to fix it because I think Martin may kill me. Fingers crossed please! We headed back to the shop and quickly washed all of the stuff. We decided to go to coconutz for one drink as it was Laura's birthday. They didn't even last till the end of my ...
... stalking her, and pouncing towards her on the fence. It looked a lot like when our cats play, and the girl was about puma size, but it was close to feeding time so maybe it was less like cat playing with cat and more like cat playing with lizard. Most of the animals seemed content although the jaguar had the "I'm a bored cat in a cage" look, and one of the juagarinas (like a medium-large house cat) was crazy (the other seemed sane but was missing a ...
... 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 clouds and then down again, past coffee fincas now, into the San Jose valley. We were most impressed. Everything seemed clean and well ordered, even the dogs were behaving themselves, calmly trotting along the side of the road minding their own business. The drivers too seemed to be well behaved (maybe better than us in Canada) - so even though the roads were narrow and winding, it was a pleasant drive, arriving in a little gem of a boutique hotel, the Beacon ...