Hotel La Finisterra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... similar. A bit less waves. The first time i heard russian speech in weeks since my time in miami. Went for a nice walk and walked through cliffs to make it to the secluded gorgeous beach with small islands around. On next day i went with a local guy to visit his family in the jungle. Area is called San Blas, around Jicoral. I love the idea to see how local family lives and also an opportunity to practice spanish.
So this morning we made our transfer to tamarindo with a company called grayline! It's cheaper than a private shuttle as you share it with some others. We couldn't bare the public bus because it would have been no a/c, 8 hours and a few changes! So I think we were hSlpy paying the 50 dollers each for a 4 hour air con shuttle! We appreciated it as it is the hottest day yet! Our tour guide wrote a note in Spanish to tell the driver that I get motion ...
... at 3pm. You do not want to get lost in the forest in the dark. In fact, the park ranger writes down your information & when you return, you need to let them know you are back.
Tonight we were eating at the restaurant so we could say "goodbye" to everyone. E-mail addresses were exchanged with the promise to keep in touch. We will for sure be returning in the next few months ~ Until next time, Pura Vida!
... t hear Jeff yell down, "I can't find my passport!" and then proceed to not look for it. Or leisurely get himself a cup of coffee for the road & we're already 15 minutes late leaving the house, because he had to change the kitty litter! In fact, to our surprise, we actually got first class on the flight into Liberia. And my little tradition is to always have a Bloody Mary if we get seated in first.
It is nice that the Liberia airport has a duty free ...
... wasn’t until after lunch that we got a good view and place to pull over.
We stopped at a microbrewery for lunch. As we were switching drivers, I indulged in a glass of beer. Quite nice. We were barely on the road a minute when we saw spider monkeys crossing the road in front of us (with perhaps a howler monkey or two in their midst). At first I thought they were climbing on the telephone wires, but it turns ...