Hotel Hacienda Sueno Azul
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... think comparison shopping is even possible given the size of the venue. Below is a short a video of a small part of the market.
We stay for a little over 2 hours, purchasing 3 heads of green leaf lettuce, 5 bananas, 4 oranges and 3 avocados. Cost? About $3.10 US, Yum! Back to the bus and home again to put away our goodies.
Hanging out at home, Jeff comes to tell me that the light in the master bath has burned out. We could call William, ...
... immediately forget. Then he gets out of line and goes around a back way to the front of the counters. When he comes back he tells us that we want the first service window. That is for straight postal business. The second window is for stuff like picking up the license plate for your car and the third, where the passport holding people were going is to set up a special type of mail service.
Finally it is our turn. The nice man in front of us was in our line. ...
... of upscale (for CR) gated community. Our condo is two stories and oddly decorated. The furniture is a heavy European style, big upholstered chairs...definately not in keeping with the local airy style. The house itself is a weird mix of Tico/gringo; for example, there is a dishwasher(!) but you don't flush the toilet paper. There is hot water in the kitchen and one bathroom, but not the other. Some of the windows have screens, ...
... jungle were concrete walkways which was very helpful as it was so muddy. We saw 20 species of birds, many of them life birds. We also saw an agouti, a blue jeans poison dart frog, and a collared peccary which looks like a pig. Rayner joined us for the second half of the walk. Miles told us near the end of our walk that the Great Green Macaw had been spotted and we were taking off to see it. It is highly endangered with only 220 ...
... to a very high standard by a local family, using a specialist company from Austria, and it provides not only enough employment for the village but also for people from other areas, and puts money back into the village for the school, college and medical facilities etc. It is not intrusive in the landscape and it makes the rainforest accessible to all. Definitely a win-win project.
Our final stop, Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, a little further to the ...