Hotel El Tajalin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... further north along the peninsula's pristine coast of dry tropical forests full of howlers and capuchins, set against idyllic beaches where waves crashed violently against rocks. As time pushed on and we ventured further afield the beaches became increasingly beautiful and less and less populated by the local Ticos (Costa Ricans) celebrating the bank holiday. This culminated in the magnificent Playa Cocolito, a long beach of fine sand, with small waves (unlike the ...
... a few shots.
Just under three hours later we arrived in Puntarenas, a port which was the embarkation point for the Nicoyan peninsula. The usual throng of taxi drivers met the bus, but along with a French couple that had stayed at the same hostel in Monteverde, I decided to walk the mile or so to the ferry terminal. The beaches along the side of the road looked quite decent for a working port.
At the terminal, I joined the queue to buy a ...
... the sun set as well as the people surfing and the small sales stands set up in front of the place. Shared a shrimp salad and shrimp pasta. Both were very nice. Walked on back and went into the sports bar Nativo we had been to when we were here about four years ago. Had a real nice visit with a Canadian guy here surfing and watching the Canadian hockey game. Explained a lot about hockey and the teams and so on. Had a nice first day and back to the room.
... and they popped the hood. It only took them about a minute to find something was burnt, I think it was a fuse, and they did something super quick and we were set. The thing started and I breathed a HUGE sigh of relief. I was super nervous about riding with Mr. Drunk and his cigarette/gas friend.
We decided picking up Kimberly would have to wait until the next day and we returned to Logan. I started a movie called “Atración fatal” which ...
More fishing lines got entangled with us on our way from Playa Cocos along the coast we stopped at anchor for the night in Carello, which was nice and calm, then around Cabo Blanco in the early hours which was fraught with fishing lines in all directions and fishermen pointing in all directions???? One line got caught on our bow,we managed to free it and send it astern (luckily not on our prop) and back to the ...