Hotel Palma Royale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... later, I decided to sit in the shade of a palm tree and watch life in paradise pass by! I feel good travelling with Europeans, no matter how bad I look, they don't care and they wear speedos-(thankfully none in our group!!) Off to Coral Cay for snorkeling! What amazing colours of coral...pink, red, yellow, orange, blue and turquoise! Amazing! Some fish, but truly amazing coral species, the kinds you see and read about in National Geographic! On our way back to ...
... It only had one bedroom apartment available but after a long day travelling it was fine rather than searching round the town for somewhere to stay.
A quick walk round town later led us to a place over the water, called Raw, that served Japanese food. Given that we were on an island, we figured it ought to have fresh fish so in we went. We had some sushi and ceviche which was surprisingly good despite the weird sounding 'house speciality' of tempura battered sushi. ...
... went from 9:30am to 4:30pm. Once we booked our tour we took out laundry to be cleaned for $4 by a nice local woman. On our way back to our hotel we stopped at a shop and bought a snorkel kit for $15 a piece. Afterwards we wanted to snorkel so we got a boat ride to hospital point where we were dropped off on our own beach called the "beach of theives" lets just say $15 is really cheap for a snorkel set and they lived up to their ...
... soil. We pay our entry fees and then are told to go to immigration which is located a short stroll away. So we arrive and are asked for our flight details for departure from the country. We weren’t able to print this paper work before coming and needed wifi to at least show the guy. So he directs us to a little discrete cabana which supposedly has internet, but after 30 mins of trying to figure it out… no luck. We are at a loss at this point cause we ...
With a very early start, we manage to get on the shuttle and Scott survived through to Puerto Viejo for lunch - luckily the vehicle was well air conditioned! After lunch we travelled on to the border and walked across the old rail bridge (that was in great need of repair) to Panama. As the bridge is in no mans land between Costa Rica and Panama we guessed no one wants to pay to repair it! ...