Hotel Dunn Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So today we travelled back to San Jose as it is the end of our adventure! It was a 6 hour journey so there was a stop at a cafe that was also a bird reserve! We got quite close to a tucan and two very large parrots! I could not get over the size of them, they were huge!! We have a night here then it's the 25 hours to get ...
... and Karsten :(
Off to bed and thought 'let me just download the videos from GoPro' - OMG couldn't find it in my bag!!!!!!!!!!! panic panic panic, must have dropped out of my bag in the bus. Did it have to be the camera I didn't back up!!
Email to bus company, note under Eddie's door - why am I such an idiot, I could kick myself!!
V and mini V (sleepless and angry with ...
... small road. There was no bus stop. There wasn´t even anything down that road. So we put on our packs and started walking. This was not a feasible option. Fortunately, a bus came round the bend, direction Monte Verde, with space on the floor for us to sit.
It was a beautiful bus ride. As we climbed up into the mountains, the sun was setting over the water far in the west, volcanoes and mountains punctuated the horizon and monkeys and birds adorned the trees at the sides of ...
... calipso-ish, flamenco-ish band. Our toast: "To getting lost!"
On day three we escaped san Jose, bound on a bus to Playa Hermosa. San Jose is pretty cool, but no one comes to Costa Rica to spend time In a concrete jungle. Give us a beach! Give us a jungle! Sam had hooked up some couch surfers for us to stay with, a Canadian expat and a uraguayian expat, both surfers, both great guys, and both enjoyed a bit of the Caribbean herbs. They were almost as ...
... of your first stop, you were to pull into something called the Toucan Ranch and your first sight was that of the long extinct Dodo bird- we simply didn't have the heart to tell her it was actually a Toucan (hence the name... Toucan Ranch??) but we were all quickly distracted by the star residents of the Ranch- the sloths.
We had stumbled on the Toucan Ranch almost by accident- our first plan (and bucket list item) was to visit the very famous ...