Hotel Ritmo Tropical
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... drink, Robert saw Eduardo from Tambor pull up. Invited him to join our table and we all had an interesting evening talking about tourism, Costa Rica and his dreams for improving the marketing of his business.
Craig and Jerry were tired from their long and grueling ride to get to Santa Teresa so called it an early evening. We went back and sat out with Marcos from Germany and had a few more drinks and cooled down some before heading to bed.
... around, or take a short ferry across the water. So onto the ferry! It was a large car ferry, but not too busy. We pulled away from the dock at 11am and began our way, slowly across the glistening flat water. Large pelican type birds were circling and diving into the water, small fishing boats zooming around us and the small islands of the peninsula gradually got closer. The peninsular was covered in small, secluded beaches, deserted, covered in forest and with ...
... Memphis barbecue AT ALL. Not just beans and slaw!!! Plus, the beach was gorgeous, with tall swaying palm trees, sugary white sand, a cloudless blue sky, and perfect ocean temperatures in beautiful blue and green waters. Surprises were a huge black momma pig with 4 little piggies, 2 parrots, a peacock, a big old fluffy handsome rooster and a fluffy white hen, and a peccary that the local kids seemed to love. It was kinda like a little open zoo. It was a ...
... it was old age but apparently it fell off a balcony!) its off down the coast to the next house which has not been named. Thats an easy fix though, we are here for new year. A pretty flash house with a pool, 10 acres of jungle, a view to the distant ocean....and rather than howler monkeys we are greeted by toucans! 1 then 2 then finally 8 in a tree right beside the house. But the most exciting thing about being here.........it is so flash that for the first time since Buenos Aires on ...
... that there have only been 2-3 walk-ins per day for the past month or so. A lot of Europeans and some Americans.
Either way, I was happy to secure the tickets to Chirripo, the highest peak in Costa Rica! On the way back up, we went grocery shopping and had breakfast at Hotel Uran next door. Love the fruits here.. the pina batido was heavenly!
Back at the guesthouse, Jill the owner introduced herself. ...