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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... they knew was back the other direction and we had passed it on the road and there was a closed sign out front.
There are some very interesting rock formations out in front of the campsite and further on down the way. Don't know if they are ancient coral formations or what but were also home to several tide pools that we checked out. There were small fish that looked like tropical fish and we watched them for a few minutes.
... for the arvo, Cervesas, heaven, Lukey back in for Sunset, "don't worry, be happy", everyone claps the sunset, hostel for Lukey's feast, Chorizo mince spaghetti bolognese, delisioso, Cervesas, chilled out night, Rancho, lights out, up for cornflakes, bikes to Mal Pais, Lukes bike a little ******, dirt roads, bumpy pot holes, check on the car hire, off to the beach, warm water, hot sand, bike back to hostel, lunch, back to the beach, explore the right ...
... but it was tasty!! Then we headed back to the house (in the car!). We watched the sunset tonight from the terrace. The colours were amazing - pinks, reds, purples. The whole sky was lit up like fire. And again, rather than any dinner, we say on the porch and cut up the pineapple! I've never had a pineapple like it! So sweet and tasty. Costa Rica is famous for its pineapples! But they taste nothing like the imported ones that we get in England. After a long, ...
... and octopus.
After lunch, we left the Gulf of Nacoya coast and drove inland toward the Central Valley and San Jose. In San Jose, we would spend the next two days in an Association of Residents of Costa Rica seminar.
On the drive to San Jose, the rain clouds built higher and higher with every mile. It was fascinating to watch the progress of the mist and the rain as it ...
... lining the streets as we drove through. I told Catalina she might as well roll down her window and wave.
The parade was the Quepos version of Carnivale, but on a miniature scale. There were 7 bands, each with a group of costumed dancers. The musical instruments were 99% drums, and 1% xylophones on a stick. The costumes ranged from school uniforms, to Rio-style feathers, masks and tall head wear. Loud…was the order of the parade. The more the ...