Hotel La Punta
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- Minibar in room
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... conversant in English and offered some suggestions as to using the various sauces and also mentioned that Phyllis should squeeze the lemon over the chicharrones. Mystery solved, and if anyone was watching us at the first restaurant we expect there are amusing stories floating around.
No beer (of course not), and no wine since we had a long drive ahead of us. We hit the road home about 2:30 and were home before dark... perfect!
... definitely in need of some webmasters here in CR).
As we reached the "end" we saw some spectacular cloud covered mountain ranges. Then we found the signs for the ferry. A guy came over to tell us about the schedule and fares, etc and wouldn't you know it, he was from Clearwater. The ferry ride and Paquare island sounded great but didn't work with our timing today so it was the time for some lunch.
Since we were so warm, we decided ...
... caffeine, had a good flavour, and is roasted for 15 minutes, whisky the dark roast includes less than one percent caffeine, has a strong flavour and is roasted for 20 minutes. Once I have arrived home and have tested out the coffee I bought I will let you know whether Costa Rica coffee.
It was time to leave the coffee plantation, and we were back. The bus and headed to an orchid farm. On arrival, we went down to see some macaws, which ...
... digging out the old nests at the hatchery and remove any old shells and any unhatched eggs. We also released several green turtles into the sea. After this we watched another beautiful sunset in the beach. The day still wasn't over. After dinner we went back to Piro beach to do a hatchery temperature check getting back at midnight and straight to bed ...
... of Howler Monkeys.
We then drove up some mountain roads just outside the preserve and were able to catch glimpses of Flame-throated Warbler, Spangle-cheeked Tanager, Black-cheeked Warbler, and a Collared Trogon. Unfortunately, we also crossed paths with a trail of Army Ants, and boy those things are vicious!! Their bite is painful, and one even drew blood!
Lunch was served in front of the hummingbird ...
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