Hotel Las Tortugas
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... at Cala Luna about 3pm It was hot. Our hotel man estimated 33-34c...so an appointment with the pool was in order, but not before checking into our room, where we saw the small (!) floral display organised to be in our room for Julie's birthday tomorrow. There appear to be howler monkeys in the trees next to the pool.... Wondered down to the seafront beach, for our free sunset ...
... told us we weren't far from the main road. Thank goodness! Once back on the road, we realised another old Volvo was following us! This team was very relieved to see us on the road in front of them, because they too had lost the way! The three of us made our way through the mist and rain to our destination near the Arenal volcano and arrived at 3 o'clock in the morning. Phew! What a ...
... by herself as well. We had the national dish which is Gallo Pinto: Rice with black beans, eggs, fried plantains, and some fresh fruit on the side. Honestly, where has this been all my life? It was AMAZING!
We all rode the bus together. About 2.5 hours into the trip Lucy and I said goodbye to Shannon who is headed for the rain forests of Monteverde. I will surely miss her! I wish her the best and can hopefully bump into her one of these weekends, if I'm ...
... After swimming around after people a lot on the dive in the current and all of the lifting and carrying I was exhausted! I went home to find there was a ton of ants I had to kill because stuff had been left out again! I decided to just give up and have a nap instead. I really couldn't be bothered to cook so Taylor and I decided to go out for dinner at Coconutz. Then bed, it's been a long, stressful day! Day 49: Ah back to Villa Sol today. At least we get a good lunch here. ...
... about 40 minutes late. We are on Costa Rica time, so we are nowhere close to even eating. I run into 2 girls I met from Germany the night before, a guy from New Mexico and another girl from Canada. They invite me to join them and we have a great dinner with interesting conversation about their travels all over the world. The German girls are currently working at a hotel in the area to pay for their stay in Costa ...