Hotel La Isla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Isla Parrita
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... The waterfalls had a series of three pools. We swam in the water at the bottom and climbed up the rock face to jump from the second pool to the first. Some local boys were diving between pools and making it look so easy but it took me some time to get up the nerve. The boys blocked the waterfalls a few times and then let it go so it would surge into a bigger waterfall. Then they would look at us with a twinkle in their eye. They had done it ...
At 5 we stopped in a little town called Parrita for lunch/dinner where we found a open air sports bar with giant TV's reviewing the games of that day. My precious Uruguay lost. :( I bought a Costa Rica jersey from across the street while we were waiting for our food and I saw a little botique of "American style clothes" that was named Orange and Blue... GO BRONCOS!! I had rice with shrimp but it was more like SHRIMP ...
... wildly up running in front of me. What a wonderful feeling of freedom came over me, swimming all alone on a 7km long beach while watching the sunset. Naked. Once more I became aware of how thankful I am to myself for the decision, to live my dream consequently. Every day and every day. Because something like this, no, something like this I could not have experienced in my comfort zone called ...
we must embrace the deeper self – the spirit. Speaking solely for myself yet at
the same time channeling what I am told to share; the only way to fully embrace
the deeper self is to release the ego, not our ego but that ego – that worldly
self – that which we have clung to as our identity for so long. We can relieve
ourselves of the incredible burden the ego puts on our “self” by truly
... we should take all of our meals there. The man on the side of the road was gone on our return trip home, which we took to be a good thing.
Later Paul and I reflected on the fact that we have rarely seen any public intoxication in Costa Rica (if that man was even intoxicated). We also noted that we had never been approached by a beggar, or even seen somebody homeless. No doubt, this is in part because we don't linger in the cities, and ...