Hotel Luna Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luna Azul Ostional
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... s why I don't keep the card. As we chilled out for the rest of the day, we made full use of our little hut by watching a film from our queen sized bed and super TV whilst the rain was filling up the already filled swimming pool. Luckily later in the day it had warmed up according the my partner, in actual fact it was the "right temperature" - of course its the right temperature if you insist on wearing a fleece, trousers and scarf in Costa Rica. The morning of the 9th at ...
... a/k/a Waze) directing us not back into the construction zone but rather out of town due west towards the Pacific. Close to the coast, our route turned into a goat road (our GPS sends us on these periodically no matter what country we visit) for about 13 miles. At one point we were driving very slowly down what was pretty clearly a heavily cobbled but currently dry river bed. These slow gravel roads in second and third ...
... about the trip was going and seeing all the animals like the caiman and howler monkey, three toed sloth, and little blue heron. The diversity of Costa Rica's environment was truly amazing. I took the on the name the three toed sloth over the trip because I slept a lot on the bus so this became my spirit animal. A big thanks to my parents for making this trip possible. Dylan L. The entire trip was awesome and an experience I will always remember. My favorite part was zip ...
... I expected one to look like. I'll put a pic in. Got to the rocks and found a small laguna and a dunk. Because it had been cut off from the sea most of the day, it was like taking a hot bath, not too hot but just enough to be comfortable. Well nice. Excavations were at 16:00 and we had 5 to do I think so was nice to have the extra people around to help. Sam found some more twins and another small albino which ...
... currently it housed half a dozen emu eggs in an incubator. The pair had been laying many
eggs but only seemed to be incubating three on their own so they had started collecting the others to see if they could hatch them. I was unable to see any of the cattle even
though they are the core of the business; they were all out to pasture some distance away. Maybe on my return visit I will get the opportunity.