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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... is quite a hippy, backpacker town and is famous for surfing. The small row of shops were quite telling - some banks, a pet shop, a couple of surf shops and a load of vegan restaurants! Yay! Here I am staying with a friend that I lived with in Borneo. The same girl that I stayed with last time I came to Costa Rica! We met for lunch at the bakery. Wow the food was amazing! I had a green juice - with lime and mint - delicious. And the best salad - beetroot, ...
... so we did stumble into a couple of air con malls and did happen to make our way to the movies a few times. One night we even went to Panamas version of gold class with massive comfy recliner seats and yummy food, and it only cost $12!!! On the 19th we decided to head north to Costa Rica as that's where we were flying to rio from. We hung around all day until our 11pm night bus. At around 4am ...
... the locals" and not being hoity toity with my shipmates. Their dad was feeding them and one of the kids asked him to share with me. Not wanting to be an 'ugly American', I accepted the offer. Well, it turned out to be an oyster, not an Oyster Rockefeller on a pretty white shell, but an ugly slimy oyster on an old shell, AND it had jalapeņo on it. I despise jalapeņo. But I ate the damn thing, smiled (probably grimaced), said "muchas gracias, Seņor" and ...
... just leave him there. So along he came and here we find ourselves in a packed but pleasant hostel outside of the park. I spent yesterday by myself in the park, or as by yourself as you can be in the of the countries most popular national parks, with only a couple main paths. Despite the crowds that choked the trails, all piling up behind guides with their tripod telescopes, nature still made itself known and I spend a pleasant day under Manuel Antonio's ...
I'm still amazed how collectively, as a group, we manage to travel our way successfully through Costa Rica. On our way back from Montezuma, we decided to take the indirect bus instead of waiting 2 hours to catch the direct bus. We caught a bus that dropped us off at the ferry and bought a ticket for the ferry 5 minutes before it left the harbor. After the ferry, we took a cab to the bus station ...