Hotel Perico Azul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but I'm definitely not ready to graduate to another level yet. I need to study!! Spanish lab was fun though. Laura bought two different types of banana: a) a sweet one that was fried called patacones and b) a green banana (not the ripe one) that got fried on one side then taken out, mashed, placed back on the frying pan then once fully fried, got sprayed some salt then served with a bean dip! Both were very delicious!! I have pictures of me cooking so ...
... By dropping in small stones and rocks, the water lit up with their energy, a beautiful phenomenon to see. Our time was short on San Lucas Island however and nine days, whizzed by. Finishing the path took more time than originally anticipated, meaning we worked hard for seven days straight. With great satisfaction we completed the path, a "senduro bonito" according to the friendly ranger. We then shipped out of the beautiful island, where the next day would see the arrival ...
... the festival was still being set up, and there was no music during the day! there were lots of different workshops going on and interesting speakers, so we wandered around and sat in on a few things, but what we really wanted to do was chill near some sunshine tunes, which wasn't an option, so i had three naps that day and waited for night to come so we could have fun! we had some other friends at the festival too, so we hung out with them a lot and had a super ...
... We ended up in the San Jose’ upscale suburb of Santa Ana, which was a truly Americanized area, complete with a Porsche dealership, and about every American fast-food franchise imaginable. We only had to pass through this area to get to the airport, but a simple 2 mile trip took an hour, due to a gridlock of traffic like I’d only seen in the Chicago Loop at rush hour, except that this was only a 2-lane road. When the traffic ...
... was spent swimming, laughing, relaxing and eating good Mexican food. Puerto Chiapas, Mexico was the next stop. Nothing to fabulous. Took the shuttle to town shopped a bit and headed back to the ship. Puntarenas, Costa Rica was a wonderful stop. Really want to spend more time in this little country. Great beaches and super people. Our tour was a skywalk in the jungle. ...