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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Diuwak Dominical
El hotel es super bonito. En el mismo centro de Dominical a pasos de la playa. Los empleados son un amor y el desayuno esta incluido.
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... Rayner’s Butterfly Farm. He is in the process of building a home and very large butterfly enclosure on his property. To get there we had to cross a stream because the 90 foot long pedestrian bridge has not been built yet. His cousin who oversees the project while Rayner is working had put cement blocks across the stream so we could get there without getting our feet wet. It was very impressive and far from being completed. I ...
... over the crocs and able to take pictures at our leisure. Afterwards, we walked back to our bus and had time to shop in the Costa Rican equivalent of a 7-11. Beth and I bought an ice cold coconut and drank the milk through straws. Not bad but we were warned to limit consumption to one.
We ate lunch at a fantastic seafood restaurant in Caldera. Beth had a huge shrimp cocktail while I ...
... and come up with our plan of attack. We were amazed at how many American fast food restaurants there were.. McDonald's.. Burger King.. Wendy's.. Carls jr... Taco Bell... And subway, not to mention the Costa Rican fast food chicken on every corner, but strangely no Starbucks .
The sights and sounds were overwhelming so we just wandered around. We finally decided on a restaurant that had some loud music playing, La Terraza. We went upstairs and grabbed a table by the ...
... you zipped up or down when you entered or left. The humidity was stifling, and of course no air conditioning.
This was not the Ritz Carlton for sure.
Later in the afternoon I went on a bird watching hike which was very enjoyable. Carolyn just wanted to chill out, so she spent her time reading her book, and thinking about St. Lucia.
The owner of Rafiki is a biologist, as is his wife and his brothers. His family immigrated from South Africa twenty ...
... food, and finally, returning to San Jose a final time to start our southward journey to Panama.
We are writing this on a bus right now, so can't remember exactly where we last left off. So, we are going to pick it up with our second evening in Dominical. So, we ended the day completely exhausted after a few hours of (attempted) surfing, headed back to the shack for some food and recovery time, the two old ***** slept for multiple ...