Hotel La Colina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... But during Costa Rica's offseason, here is the reality: nobody showed for the karaoke contest, so the bar was empty; the band shut down at 9pm for lack of patrons; the movie was cancelled; and the pirate bar shut at 10pm (though note that we did steal all the free cookies at the bar's entrance, which we considered reimbursement for loss of piracy). So, poop...nightlife thwarted. But at least we saw monkeys today, right?
Today we ventured into the small town of Quepos by bus. It was sticky and humid and not much there to do. We found a small family owned restaurant and had a great breakfast of ham and eggs, fried plantains, tortas, and black beans and rice. It was delicious. We then walked along the beach and did a little shopping before returning back to our apartment. On the way back, we stopped at a supermarket to get groceries. A nice young man ...
... has the "campesino" feel to it. The kitchen still opens out to the back and you can see the hills in the distance and there are some trees nearby that have a lot of birds hanging out.
We took walks in the morning heading toward the cemetery. Lots of birds to be seen as we walked along. Saw some masked tityra with their nest one of the mornings. One of the most beautiful ...
... the beach at 4 pm. Before doing so, Carolyn and I explored a few streets on our own. We came across 50 or so squirrel monkeys that were jumping from tree to tree. They're all over the place, so you better make sure that they don't spot you with any food in your hands.
We took a short walk to the beach with Mario, but headed back quickly as the sun and humidity were beginning to drain us. Carolyn jumped into the "hot" ...
... of nowhere.
Today we will be heading to a much lower elevation where it will be warmer and more humid. We'll be on the road for 4 hours and arrive for lunch at Dona Edith's located in the town of Santo Domingo. After lunch we'll drive to the Rafiki Safari Lodge which has a South African theme where all wildlife is preserved for future generations. I can't wait to see Carolyn's face when she sees that we will be sleeping in upscale African tents. I hope ...