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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that this was one of the most beautiful beaches we have seen. But remaining in the North West would have been better for us. The park is highly advertised by Costa Ricans and travellers but you don't really see much more wild life there than you do in all other places in Costa ...
... see all the mountains tops that are covered with lush forests instead of gaping holes of deforestation-.
Tourism is the main source of income here, and most of the people seem to care about the environment because they know they must conserve their resources in the long run in order to continue making money from the eco tourism industry here.
After saying goodbye to our new friends (and getting a few phone numbers ...
... two and took a raft. Out of the group we started with, we were the only two that were staying over night at the lodge, and the rest were carrying on the full length of the river that day. The trip began with us just trying to get the hang of rafting, some of us had better technique than others, which lead to some frustrating moments but we got to the lodge safely. Of our group we were the only ones staying so we got out as the ...
... tree. He was playing with his beach finds and trying to decide if he wanted to attempt to smuggle a small coconut back to the states. We went to a beachfront bar and got a drink then went to a little place called The Bakery on the main strip to order some lunch to go. We ordered paninis, salad, and dessert, took the to go order and caught a taxi back to the resort. After changing into our suits we took out food to the pool to enjoy lunch and then a quiet afternoon by ...
... perks to staying at a remote and very small resort in the off season. Clint and others joined me awhile later and we had a nice breakfast of fresh pineapple and papaya, toast, and an omelet. The weather looked great so the ATV tour to the waterfalls was on; all four couples staying at the resort were going. We would be leaving around 9:00 and our guide would be the owner's 19 year old son. As we're getting our helmets on and getting the safety talk it starts to lightly rain. ...