Hotel El Tajalin
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... got it." But as I opened the photo up, I burst out laughing. They had run all that way back just as they where leaving and found a lock that matched the description we gave them, but it wasn't ours!!! What are the odds of that happening we thought. By the time we'd realised they were off wi-fi and on their boat. So we knew we'd have to share the funny news with them another time soon. Our bus took off up the Pacific Coast for our 4 hour journey to Tamarindo, another very ...
... be seen here. On our first day, having a siesta when I saw a tail going down the stairs. Robert got up and checked and it was a white nosed coati or pizote as it seems they are more commonly called here. Evidently the one we saw is quite the regular in the area as we have seen it most days nosing about. One day we actually got to watch two in action near our room.
... my days of being a youth, I just had to try it. Well either I'm too old, or I don't recall how fast they can really be. I think I hit the water at 100 miles per hour, and just about came to a stop by the edge of the pool. Did I have fun? You betcha I did!
The balance of the afternoon was spent relaxing. Carolyn read her book, and I wandered around looking for that perfect photo op.
... to lunch, where I proceeded to have had the best meal I have had in awhile, I had "casado vegeariano", rice, black beans, mixed vegetables, fried plantain, and an egg with fresh squeezed strawberry juice…al natural juice NO SUGAR!! Then I proceeded to end up in the biggest food coma ever!
Once we were all full with deliciosa comida, we headed to our hotel which is quite nice! My room is being actually the biggest in the entire hotel. ...
... a beer or two at sunset. Did a nice hike up in Igaque National park, took about five hours with some steep bits. At the top was a great natural dam which is apparently guarded by a mom and son. i forget the whole story now. Chris (german mate) and I took a few taxis down to San Gil and arrived with four Columbian girls ogling him as he got out the taxi. They didn’t even bother giving me a glance. We went caving the next day and got down and dirty in the muddy caves ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking