Hotel Flying Crocodile
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... porch of the cabin and was awed by the view. I had not looked
outwards when I first arrived; I just went straight into the cabin. The moon
was full and Miravalles volcano was visible, blanketed in a soft glow, in all
her cloudless glory. I had never seen the volcano with no clouds, and now
seeing it by the light of a full moon, it was indescribable.
staring in awe for some time I went back in and gathered my computer ...
... her bike lock. I neglected to mention she had dumped the bike trying to walk down a path to the beach. Since I loved riding the beach, I offered to ride back to that spot to search for the lock amongst the rocks while Robin chilled in the shade and enjoyed her beer. 10 or so minutes I returned with lock in hand. Success! I was rewarded with a delicious fresh mango smoothie (no alcohol - too hot to drink).
I consider this the calm before the storm. After lounging ...
... now I have seen more fish than I can count (56, I counted). We have plans to go and eat pizza for dinner and I am very excited for this. But, alas, all great stories must come to an end, I plan reading or redditing (if parents permit). Thank you readers for reading my ...
I arrived in Costa Rica yesterday. Between flying all night and horrible airport food I felt exhausted and weary. Seeing all of the beautiful landscape as we drove to where I was staying lifted my spirits though! Everything is so green and lush. The homes are simple, and many of the roads are gravel. I absolutely love it. Its such a different world ...
... was just bursting with pride to have us there. These masks are placed over the body and move in and around crowds at festivals. Lastly, we stopped off at a ceramic factory where the son of the owner has taken over the factory and he was working when we arrived. He is an amazing craftsmen and only he and 2 others produce every piece that leaves the premises. The kiln is fired by timber that is stacked high at the back of ...