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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cranberries, walnuts and sunflower seeds - it was just so good!! We then drove about 20 minutes north of Santa Teresa to the next beach area of Manzanillo. Here there was just nothing. Jungle. Beach. Amazing. There is a rule that you cannot build within 50 meters of the high tide line. And people obey it! So from the beach all you can see is jungle. No hotels, no beach bars. Just trees. It is so untouched. And it is so beautiful! We wandered along the beach for ...
I've always despised that phrase! "Come on! It's just like riding a bike!" I don't ride bikes well... I am a disaster actually. Rhea Lynn is riding her sisters while we are here and I was given hers to ride... Starting off is the first problem... I just wiggle and jiggle and can't get going and if I get lucky enough to start I get super nervous about being so high up.. So I start to squeal... Which is awkward for anyone riding with me. Yesterday when we got ...
... Later I asked a Costa Rican employee on our boat if I should expect a dreadful illness and he said altho he thought I was crazy I would be OK, especially since it had jalapeņo on it. And I was OK. Until I got home. Ne details shall follow, but let's just say I am seeing a GI doc. All is really fine though, no dreaded disease developed.
That evening, back aboard our heavenly home, Barry and I ordered room service. But instead of having ...
... honest, we had no idea where we were going. We listened for the sounds of the water hitting rock and carried on trying to navigate where others may have been before us. Over, under, up, down we went wondering the whole time, where the hell are we???? It was awesome!
We finally arrived at the falls and it was worth the trip no doubt. Water clear as day and cold as hell!
Today, as we drank our coffee, we were ...
... dolphins hitting the surface. When we got to the first snorkel site, the water wasn't clear, but we still managed to see many different shoals of fish. We had been in the water for about 45 mins when we stopped for some lunch at a nearby beach. Here we ate food freshly cooked on a BBQ, sunbathed and swam in the sea. On the beach I saw an iguana, parrots and lots of brown pelicans dive-fishing. The beach here was lush and it was nice to just relax either on ...