Hotel El Jardin
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... was a long walk/hike up many huge hills and upon reaching the top we were informed the path was closed. I met a few interesting people along the way and the walk was great exercise so it was well worth it. For tonight's dinner we tried a little soda and I was very pleased with my vegetarian tacos that looked like nachos. They were incredible! On another note, we dropped off our laundry which was much ...
... while she sunbathed earlier today.
Weather: a bit cooler (30 celcius rather than 35) in La Fortuna, back to hotter in Montezuma. The dry season here lasts until mid May.
Food: more good fish, some good local meat at a couple of beach BBQs with the group, delicious pizza slices for lunch and hotel breakfasts.
Peru awaits, and we have 2 days to ourselves in Lima before joining a 10 day tour to walk the Inca Trail and a part of the Amazon ...
... had really set in. We were heading towards the Pacific Coast in search of a small relaxed beach town called Montozuma. So we grabbed a taxi from the airport, found the bus station and before we knew it we were driving into our first Costa Rican sunset. The last ferry from Puntarenas was leaving at 8:30pm and from there another three hour bus ride to Montazuma lay ahead, but the reality of making it there all in the same night was impossible. So with the fear of ending up stranded ...
... past the huge tree. Or 300 Meters from the crossroad of Cabuya, next to the bakery or down the road from the old guy who has 10 cows in his field.....and a mail guy will wait until he gets a couple letters from people in Cabuya and then set off to deliver them...probably on his ATV or unlicensed motorcycle. Kind of reminds me of the first episode of Christy...remember that one? Same thing...exactly!!!!! BUT.....there are ...
What comes up must go down, except today it was the opposite for us. We had to retrace our route from the other day. That meant 45 minutes of hairpin turns while gaining altitude along the way. After two hours we stopped in San Luis Isido at a supermarket, as some people wanted to purchase wine. Lunch today as I mentioned earlier was hosted by Dona Edith at her home. Obviously she has done well over the years as her home, while small was way ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking