Hotel La Finisterra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... ordering brightly colored frozen drinks from morning till night and eating large plates of cheese-and-meat-covered nachos around the pool. It made Sam and me that much more anxious to get back home and in control of our diets. Dreams benefited from our modest consumption.
While Sam was away, the kids got scuba diving lessons in the pool from Pablo, the onsite scuba instructor. Though the "course" was light on theory, they became comfortable with the BC and regulator, ...
... the ride back home. Aside from Ms. Zima, Mr Gary and a few others, we basically underestimated the sun. While we did look like lobsters at the end of the day we saw some amazing things while snorkeling. The species we saw included eels, flying fish, and sting rays. The beach itself was warm and also included a natural cave that had waves crashing through the other side. This experience was like none other and I appreciate the beauty that Costa Rica has to offer. This day was a blast! ...
... US -- nothing like in El Salvador.
The Ticos are fewer, some 4.5 million, and come from a richer country (twice the GDP per capita of Nicaragua). They have a long tradition of universal education and democracy. Their economy has long relied on high value agriculture -- starting with coffee and now extending to rice, pineapple, sugar cane, oil palm. The fact that coffee was grown in many small estates ...
... you're kidding me! We went to Father Roosters & guess what? They were closed for renovation also until October 5th! I was so disappointed that the two places that I wanted to take Jeff to were closed. We decided to go to Coconutz in Coco Beach, since they have WIFE & check our e-mails.
Had a couple of margaritas & coconut shrimp at "Coconutz"....and well, not the best, but they had ...
... see some national parks. It is unsafe to drive here because the drivers here are hot-headed latinos who pass on hills, tail-gate, go over the yellow line around corners, there are cows on the road, kids on bicycles, oxcarts, iguanas crossing the road and we have had too many close calls. I told Joe that I had a bad feeling about us driving any more long distances so we are going to stick close to ...