Hotel La Punta
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Puntarenas
... canopy or to the mangroves along the Tarcoles River for crocodile and bird spotting. We felt we have experienced jungles etc so opted for an easy day.
When it came time to leave we stayed on deck and watched the ship pull out and the pilot jump from the ladder to his pilot boat- no life jacket!
Celebrity Infinity had berthed beside us all day and they had the tug ready to push it out if needed but that was not needed. Those currents must be mighty strong!
... to get me up to the Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve a few kilometres outside town. First though I enjoyed the breakfast which was included in the room price. A dish of fruit, pancakes, OJ and coffee did the job.
I thought I was back home for an instant as I was having a problem with what to wear. Not exactly trying to match the right tie with the right shoes, more a case of trying to second guess whether the rainforest was likely to be wet, dry, cool or warm. ...
... palms and swamps, while on the Pacific side the shoreline is rugged with dry tropical forests not far away. The split can be drawn pretty much directly through the centre of the country from North West to South East. Year round temperatures in the highlands are around 22.5c (72.5f). On the coast they range from 24c (75f) to 30c (86f) throughout the year. _______________________________________ _______________________________________ ________ We ...
... collectivo for a weekend in Puerto Jimenez. We went for a really good meal which consisted of a delicious and huge pizza washed down with a glass of wine. After which we headed to a couple bars and finished at the one nightclub in town - Agua Luna. After a few too many drinks I stumbled back to the hostel at 4:00am for some much needed ...
... 1pm. Now almost 11am, that's too long to wait. Whilst looking for the local bus station we were approached by a taxi man, offering us a taxi for 200 cordobas in total. So at about £1.50 each we jumped in! It now seemed very pointless coming to Rivas to get a 2nd taxi but there not much we can do there! We arrived at the border which was very busy, it took about 15-20 minutes in the queue to exit Nicaragua. Now about midday, we'd signed ...
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