Hotel Los Mangos
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the streets with nowhere to go we decided to shack up in the seriously shady town of Puntarenas, knowing we could get up and on the first ferry out of there. The beach was calling our names but it would have to wait until the following day. The alarm couldn't have gone off sooner, we couldn't wait to get up and out of the horrible dump of a town we were in, but it was a means to an end. We boarded the 5am ferry and sat and watched the sun come up over the pacific coast glowing ...
... of nowhere.
Today we will be heading to a much lower elevation where it will be warmer and more humid. We'll be on the road for 4 hours and arrive for lunch at Dona Edith's located in the town of Santo Domingo. After lunch we'll drive to the Rafiki Safari Lodge which has a South African theme where all wildlife is preserved for future generations. I can't wait to see Carolyn's face when she sees that we will be sleeping in upscale African tents. I hope ...
... are not many, but enough to please all. The portion sizes are generous (we are Americans after all) and the food is authentic and tasty.
The following days plans are revealed to us by Sara and the excitement peaks as we discover that tomorrow we will be zip lining!!! It’s off to the pool for us all for now to swim off the calories we’ve consumed and then to sleep after an awesome second full day. The temps and humidity levels at night drop just enough ...
... volunteering position in my head had me restless and keen to get into routine living with responsibilities and a dictated purpose.
I arrived at the volunteer organisation headquarters (Maximo Nivel) on the Sunday before my work started and was showed around the area and to my host family. I met my Mummacita Gloria and two roommates from The States, Max and Dave, who I would be spending the next 3 weeks with in San Jose. The group dynamic in the house is hilarious as our ...
... days off and then return to work during the entire busy season (January-May). Most are homesick and miss their own kids, so they doted on Vivian and Ivy. Our favorite server was proud to show us pictures of his 17 year old daughter who was heading to college next fall.
There are not many large mammals in this valley, although Vivian did spot a tayra (a weasel-like animal). We were hiking and she was ahead of us when she turned and excitedly exclaimed, ...