Hotel El Tajalin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... chowing down and having a few beers. I spent quite a while talking to Neil and Anna from Manchester. Anna being originally from Poland was occasionally asked where in Poland a tourist should visit. When she discovered I had been there, she picked my brains as to where I recommended.
When I got round to turning in for the night, I discovered the only other occupants in my dorm were Rob and Andy, the two Canadians that had also been in the same dorm ...
... for 20 minutes and you have to head back to be able to catch the 3:30 bus back to Montezuma.
The Arboretum Trail was perfect because it meandered through the trees and was nice and shady as we walked along. As you start the trail you cross a small stream and there was a pizote down in trhe river nosing around. Robert had gone to take some pictures of the water and got to see the pizote as it climbed up out of ...
... Spanish music is way better than American music. After the party thing, we walked home and got ready for bed. I'm now laying in bed, counting down the minutes until I'm laying in my own bed. Hasta Mañana USA! [side note: today, I took a very cold shower. It put the polar plunge to shame. I think the ice baths I take after a long run were warmer than this. It lasted about 30 seconds and I had to tap out. Can't wait for decent water pressure and foggy bathroom ...
... joining of the tour group, with whom we rendezvoused in San Jose last Saturday, having caught a bus from Manuel Antonio. We booked the tour so the logistics of travel and accommodation in a more remote part of the country could be sorted for us, and to that end it was well worth it as we now feel we really maximised our time. However, one of the most rewarding aspects of our trip so far has been discovering things for ourselves, and trying to distance ourselves from ...
Tuesday December 31 2013
We had an early breakfast and travelled by van to Quespos on the pacific Coast near Manual Antonio National Park. It was about a 4 hours trip with the first hour over very rough dirt roads in the mountains. The scenery was beautiful. The country side reminds me of New Zealand in many ways.
We stopped at a river on the way to see fresh water crocodiles. There were at least 40 or 50 very large crocs in the water and more swimming in with the ...