Hotel Cafe de Paris
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... to stop in at the cheese
factory for the ice cream. One of our favorite spots for a quick snack
or lunch in Santa Elena was Taco Taco! Some of the best street tacos
ever! The house at Casa Cielo is also perfect for just hanging out and
watching the local birds and wildlife. We fed chickens, played with the
dogs and just generally relaxed with a glass of wine while waiting for ...
... making it.
A project I did that I didn't expect to like at all was the bird survey. Bird spotting always seemed stupid and boring to me, who would watch birds for three hours long? Well, apparently I would.
Here in the park they want to have an index of the birds that visit the park, where and how often. There are two methods in use to index the birds. With one you walk to the top of the mountain, to a viewpoint, and sit there for three hours to count the birds ...
... of eastern food and there was a lot of it. Was so good though! I told her I'm moving in and she has to cook for me every night! After eating my weight in food we were all sat around chatting and some how ended up on Tom telling us a story on how he had managed to get his penis stuck in Brenda's desk drawer the other day. No he wasn't naked but still somehow managed it. Tyler then told us that he then told them all the story of how he got his balls caught on the stray ...
... all I could think was 'are you freaking kidding me!' Bearing in mind it had been 27 degrees the previous day I was beginning to think I actually had no luck. Thankfully it was only really cold on the bottom and the shallows were much warmer! For this dive I had to do a task before we went down and then had to perform the same task underwater. It was just a number picker game i.e. finding numbers on a board. In theory you should be much slower under the ...
We heard from a few tourists that the Palo Verde boat tour was a must-do in this area. But Instead of going with a group like most people, we decided to venture out on our own. Jay found some info on the web about how to get there and off we went.
We left Playas del Coco early in the morning and drove to Liberia and then south to Bagaces. From there we turned ...