Hotel La Palmera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... pizza place for dinner but Brooklyn and I decided we'd rather have pad thai so we went to this restaurant called "The Wok". We shared pad thai ($9) and I'm not really sure how worth it it was. Everybody was supposed to meet at the bar called Cataleya's because they $1 beer (which turned out to be $2 beer, but still great price for the size of the bottle people got). After Brooke and I tried hailing three cabs and couldn't get it, we decided to walk back to ...
... of the way, we then focused quickly on the projects we'd be delivering; San Lucas was top of a lot of lists, so there were smiles all round. Unlike living in the community, this time we'd be cooking for ourselves. Packup took somewhat longer therefore, as we unpacked and counted all the food and equipment we'd be provided with; fifteen people and nineteen days made for quite a lot of food. For ease and to minimise costs, we'd have porridge every morning, crackers and either ...
... sting, but i think that is mostly because we came from countries like guatemala and nicaragua, which i now realize are sooooo insanely cheap it is ridiculous! we hung out at the waterfall, had a dip, and then headed back to our hostel where we decided to treat ourselves to a $30 trip to the baldi hotsprings, which i would definitely recommend to anyone heading to la fortuna! they are part of a big hostel/spa, so they are not natural like some of the ones i have visited, ...
... is; go left or go right? Save for a few surfers and some other infrequent walkers, the beach is deserted for miles in either direction. I continue to be delighted by the beauty, serenity and remoteness of this area. The sun is hot, the water warm, the breeze refreshing.
In this area, there are no mail deliveries or newspapers. Some ex-pats have televisions, but most locals do not. (The young Tican couple who live behind our house ...
... legitimacy of the State of Israel, and its refusal to comply with 236 U.N. resolutions. We always try to keep off politics but sometimes you have to try to put ***** in their place, although I hasten to add that Israel by no means has a monopoly on twattism
Anyway we were only 2 hours from the Costa Rican border, so off we went. The border formalities were reputed to be complex but we did not find it so. Our only problem was a gridlock of huge articulated trucks, ...