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The first few days it takes time to recoup from the day flying and traveling to the Nicoya Penisula.
Everyone is healthy and has gotten over the colds they had when we left.
Al, yes there are a lot of organic farmer markets to get produce. Montezuma and Cobano.
... in her demeanor. She asked if we wanted breakfast and confirmed our departure time of 6 in the morning. Sleep never came, just restlessness to the hum of the window air conditioner. By 6:30 the next morning we were enroute to Puntarenas in a 3 row shuttle van that weaved through the narrow city streets, as the a/c tried but failed to keep the passengers cool. I’d purchased 2 bottles of Bailey’s at the Miami duty-free store, and carefully placed them in the back of ...
... the ocean but I'm scared about riptides and dropping off a cliff in the ocean, I like the beach a lot and me and Noah find a lot of sea shells and coral. we like building sand castles and getting thrown on the beach by a big wave, we see a lot of crabs, hermit crabs and tiny fish. when the tide was low Tyler and Enoch walked out to the island of the dead is what it's called because there is ...
Costa Rica was quite an odd leg to our journey; despite
spending for us a fairly long time there, it doesn’t really feel like we got to
see much of it. Our first stop was Monteverde up in the cloud forest and as per
usual our journey there was fairly stressful. We woke up bright and early to
catch the first boat off of Ometepe, and from the mainland took a taxi to the
border. Helpfully the border crossing lacked any signs or order, ...
... fixed attractive meals!
Some here this time were either vegetarian or vegan so it was interesting to see what different things they fixed. Lots of great smells, garlic, onions, curries and so on.
We prepared some good meals while we were here but seems the one that got the most rave reviews were the mango and spinach quesadillas! Served them along with a nice green salad. This is one thing I have noticed while traveling. It is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Celaje Cabuya
Marco is very helpful and allowed us to stay in his home. Cabuya is a remote village off the tourist trail.
Very nice staff.
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