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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... around the animals, we said goodbye to Andrea and her family, and went to settle into our lovely cabin where we’d be staying the night. We couldn’t resist walking around the ranch again on our own, especially to see the sloths again (as Dom is still in love with them!) before having a lovely dinner from a local restaurant and enjoying the noises of the animals at night, especially the noisy toucans that sound like croaking frogs. The next morning we ...
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Arrived at the hotel for tour registration. Met our Travel Director from Trafalgar Tours - German (or Herman)- and picked up our Tour Kit. We were provided our room keys ...
... connect-four while our food was being prepared. I guess it wasn't the most Costa Rican meal we could have for our last night, but it was fun!
2.45am and we're up. The girls are all packed and we find ourselves hugging multiple times before they get into the taxi to the airport. It was sad saying goodbye to the girls, but I will be back quite soon, so I'm just glad that we got to explore Costa Rica together and that came at all.
My last day ...
... br> Baltimore oriole
Blue gray tanager
Pale bellied woodpecker
Bi colored hawk
Little blue heron
Black throated trogon
My hope was to visit everyone at my old volunteer site, Casa Díbá in Sabanilla. I really have missed everyone there. I really got to form meaningful relationships with a lot of the patients there. Now, I just have to find the place... My memory served me well enough to find the inconspicuous house. I yelled out at the gate (I really felt like a Tica at that moment) and felt foolish when no one answered. Then, a pair of ...