Hotel La Finisterra
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Just returned from a very last-minute trip to Costa Rica. April is a very dry month, and while I'd like to say I went to the rainforest, it was actually much more like a very warm texas winter.
We have been here 2 days at the Finnesterra Hotel. It is a beautiful place. We are on a hill overlooking the bay. Waves crashing, a soft breeze blows steady off the Pacific. Its about 25 or 30, not too high an RH to be muggy. Today we went on a sailbot tour to some bat caves, and did some snorkeling. There are lots of fish, like an aquarium, but …
... a lot and I got some good photos too. One of the boys was so happy that he'd seen him but the younger one who didn't really enjoy the snorkelling wasn't that bothered because he thought sharks were evil. I have no idea how a 6 year old would have that opinion about sharks except from the media so well done media. Plus white tips are actually really nice. Poor sharks. For the second snorkel trip I just took out one other snorkeler and the kid who loved the water. The mum and ...
Hola. My name is Sasha. Today was one of the most tiresome days in Costa Rica. We woke up early and ate an nutritious yet filling breakfast in one of the most beautiful hotels in Costa Rica, Terraza Hotel. After breakfast we loaded the bus and took a 30 minute ride to Manuel Antonio National Park. It is a national park that contains a beach. The view of the beach itself was enough compensation for the 20 minutes that it took for us to ...
We arrived at our hotel after a four hour drive in Clive, and checked in. Current audio book is now PercyJackson and the Lightening Thief (not a patch on Harry Potter but keeps the kids quiet all the same). We woke up the next day and realized that we had checked in to a zoo! With monkeys outside our house - one monkey came in our house. There was also a tiny ...
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