Hotel Playa Bonita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Ted and I had packed up our bag and were about to make our way downstairs to the departure that the penny dropped - we had actually crossed time zones and had gained an hour. Rather than sit around and wait, we ended up doing back to the breakfast cafe where, surprise, surprise, everyone was now having breakfast.
Today's tour was not as full as yesterday's, as there was only a few buses of us going. Today we were doing the "Costa Rica favourites". When ...
... all got on the bus to go into town for some lunch. We ate at "Tree House" for lunch and it was not only good food, but we ate in a tree! It was so cool! It was sorta expensive, but it was worth it :) When we were in the hotel, we were talking about music and playing all of our songs, and it was awesome :) Shortly after we had dinner, and was amazing too! All the meals have been ...
... went for it with my eyes closed at first, then one eye closed, then both eyes wide opened! The feeling was great and I was very proud of myself. But I knew this wasn't over and the scariest bit is still to come... And I have no way out of it unless I want to walk back for three hours through the forest. We walk 10 minutes to the next platform to the 1590 metres long zip line. They actively suggest you go as a superman but ...
Today we arrived in Limon, Costa Rica. Our excursion today does not begin until 1 p.m. We woke early since we all went to bed around 8:30 p.m. last night since we had a long day yesterday. Ron worked out and brought Nancy pastries for breakfast. Dee and Ady went to the restaurant. We met another couple who has cruised extensively and were familiar about which places had the best deals on souvenirs and other things. They said ...
... about everything challoner related and then I went back to sleep, a common theme which I feels helps me to identify with the country's national symbol the sloth. Eventually I arrived and we went for dinner in a typical Costa Rican restaurant, verified by the presence of Ticas. Dad ordered a local delicacy- Mondongo or Cow's stomach to the less travelled amongst you. We were left decidedly undecided on the dish as it was a nice sauce but the meat was ...