Hotel El Tajalin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the humidity left you feeling permanently sweaty and uncomfortable so I decided a nice cold shower would work a treat before putting my head down for the night. As I climbed out the shower I grabbed my towel and shook it out, something I'd gotten into the habit of doing since being away, just in case any little friends where hiding in there. I couldn't believe it, all of sudden an excruciatingly painful sting from inside my towel strikes twice on my finger. I immediately scream ...
... reflections into the water are pretty incredible. Right next to our room is a rock with a wonderful statute of Buddha sitting on it. The sunrise through the palms to the rock are quite beautiful and peaceful looking at the same time.
Sunrise between 5:30 and 6:00 portends of usually hot days with some breeze throughout the day. We are very thankful for that breeze!
... chair while we were about two feet away taking pictures! They are not shy at all! It was such a blast having them visit us! After that we headed to the pool for the first time at this hotel, and chose chairs where we could enjoy the view. Did I mention that I like the view here? And I think we are both so toured out that even though we had ideas and plans to do something in the afternoon--go to town or the ...
... plants, explore jungles, go on exciting adventures, and learn a little bit about a brand-new culture. This trip met and exceeded all of our expectations on that front.
Although Costa Rica is considered a third world country, we found it to be very clean, and every place we visited (admittedly, touristy areas!) to be very safe, and all of the locals were exceedingly polite and friendly, and most spoke excellent ...
... every time. One of the funnest creatures to watch are the big iguanas, up in the treetops. Even at a distance you can see they are up to 6 feet long with their tail. They seem to like to go up in the branches to sleep, and of course, eat leaves. We saw an albino one last week - pretty rare, I think.
If you look at the slideshow, I think it actually shows a few extra pictures which don't seem to show up when I look at this....