Hotel La Laguna del cocodrilo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... noodle fighting" and swimming around in that pool. Finally, our villa also included a full-time housekeeper, Noemie, who took care of us like family during our stay.
We had been in email correspondence with our friend Sue for several weeks before we arrived in Costa Rica in order to coordinate our activities. Since Sue is a wonderful planner (and since we had already been traveling for 11 months), we were delighted to let her take the lead on organizing our ...
... did in a week! At night, Isabel would go and sleep at her sister’s house so we had the house to ourselves. It was nice to have so much privacy! Even better than the privacy was laundry day! My homestay included laundry which I wasn’t sure I would be comfortable with. Turns out I have no problem with someone cleaning my clothes and returning them to my bedroom! Staying with a host family instead of a student dorm ...
... it literally felt like we might fly off the track. My helmet came undone and Dane flipped over but we both miraculously ended up in the cold pool at the bottom. The cherry on top was the fact that the sun greeted us at the bottom too! Buffet style lunch followed where we munched on plantain chips and met an interesting couple from Texas. We also snuck some snacks to feed to the Central American version of a raccoon or mapache with a long tail who ...
... a good time. We then headed to Tamarindo to surf. My legs are still wobbly from Chirripo - this involves difficulty going down stairs and sitting down. I opted to just rent a board and get an upper body workout while Jake took lessons. He's excited that he's starting to get the hang of it. I caught some decent shots of him surfing and some great shots of the sunset. This place must be a photographers dream. Despite it being ...
... town (a 20 minute walk) before I managed to find a taxi. My driver was definitely drunk and literally did not understand a single thing I said, but hey ho I made it in the end! Most importantly I made it alive! Thankfully I managed to sleep most of the way and I should have easily of made my next bus at 10am. Unfortunately my 4.5 hour bus took SEVEN hours because today, of all days, the sodding taxi drivers decided they were striking and blocked the roads into San Jose. ...