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... frontier is a wall of metal cladding with a small door into the compound. I'm approached by a representative of Trans Nica, a bus company. They are going from the border to the Costa Rican capital, San Jose. I explain that I am not going that far and probably want to change in Liberia. He confirms they can take me to Liberia. I ask if they stop in Canas. He confirms that that is also possible. I suggest Tilaran, but he says no. But Canas is good for me, as it ...
... s pool. Oh, such a tough life that we lead here, on the beaches of Costa Rica ...
Of course, if there was one complaint about Playa Carrillo, it was that the waves can be a bit strong for casual swimmers, and is probably more suitable for beginner surfers. I always wear my sunglasses into the water with never a problem, except for today - the waves were extra strong, and I was about chest deep in the water, when a ...
... a name that says it all: the Grand Canyon is a grand canyon , the Great Wall of China is a great wall, the Great Barrier Reef is a great reef. What has this to do with the place where we are now? Itīs got to do because in a certain way this place belongs to that category: La Fortuna, where everything costs a fortune.
We chose to break up the trip between San Jose and Nicaragua: we had two or three options where to stop a couple of nights and at the end we ended up here, ...
... the plane, the damn 1st Class blankets were still in the packages. Making an exception would have hurt noone...but fear the main cabin would rise up and all want a blankets must have been too strong. Shame on you AA for showing no compassion nor making any attempt to help ease the suffering of a passenger. Horrible service.
That's it folks. We made it back to Chicago by ...
... caught the 7am(ish) bus to town and enjoyed breakfast tacos and costa rican coffee at a recommended beach restaurant Lo Que Hay. We originally thought we could have breakfast, check out some shops, and get info on the night time Turtle tour and be back by 10. Silly silly girls. We failed to realize that on Sunday, time stops in Samara. No stores open before 10 and even the street vendors don't set up before late morning.
With time to kill, we walked around town ...