Hotel Luna Azul
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luna Azul Ostional
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... who avoided the rain, carrying umbrellas to the pools then diving in. The rain not only cleared the humidity, because after 15 minutes the place was deserted as the vast majority 'bailed' and we were left with the pools nearly to ourselves. Listening to the deafening cacophony of cicadas and bull frogs, we finally dragged our jelly-like bodies to the changing rooms. We left feeling tranquil and relaxed, ready to take on the travel adventures that awaited us the following ...
So, after spending 3 days in what felt like 'Middle Earth', we got onboard our private shuttle service to Tenorio National Park - and just to clarify, we were still in 'Middle Earth'. The thing with Costa Rica, sandwiched between 'not so efficient' countries, is that it is actually very efficient with time and service. Our Costa Tican (see what I did there - Tico, Rican? Nevermind) were on time and their skills were much needed to master the very uncomfortable spine shifting ...
... girl and she reveals she is heading in the opposite direction for for El Salvador.
As we approach a roundabout in Rivas, the conductor points to a bus across the road and indicates that it will take me to the border. I thank him, jump off and cross the road. The new driver confirms they are heading for the border. I turn round to a few food stalls to get a few snacks for the journey and then wait for the two guys in front of me to climb on board ...
... back without wearing my seat belt. I was kind of like a weeble wobble to say the least, but such is life for the sake of the photo!
After much searching, we finally found a sign for a restaurant with a lake view that wasn’t a “fine dining" type place. It was a little off the beaten path but had a wonderful view. The landscaping was beautiful and the place was pretty big. We split 2 vegetarian meals that were super tasty! Seemed like a ...
... she looks like a very tan Chinese girl. She speaks English, Spanish from being here, Chinese and Thai. Then towards the beach end of the plot is the hatchery with all the lil baby turtles in, waiting to come out. Went down the road for dinner as one of the local families cooks for us, then chilled playing uno before going to bed. Doing my first night survey tomorrow so let's see how that goes. The journey awaits ...