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... chose today to stop working. Of course it did.
After our elongated naps, we headed to a nearby town for dinner at Tropical Sushi, which had been recommended to us as a great bargain for all-you-can-eat sushi, run by a real Japanese ex-pat. But because of the storm and the off-season, we were the sole patrons, and the chef was obviously annoyed at our presence. So there's that. But we took our sushi-filled bellies back to our suite, and planned a lovely late evening of ...
... a taxi because we were not sure where to get off the bus and not sure how far down the road we would have to walk with my cast. Glad we did because we did not remember how far up the hill you had to go to get there.
It was definitely a luxury hotel and not one we would be staying in if we wanted to keep up our travel habit. But that being said, it was a real dream of a place, with that Casablanca feel.
Walked through to ...
... and natural environment.
Being surrounded by nature is a peaceful and renewing experience.
We purchased the land in December of 2006, designed Casita Kristina
Maria and Villa Kristina Maria in early 2007, built Casita Kristina
Maria in mid-2007 and stayed in the Casita while Villa Kristina Maria
was contructed. Both the Casita and Villa were built by Ecomaderas, a
local Tico contractor.
... barbed wire I wondered what I had come to! I needn't have worried. Inside, the Hostal is very comfortable and clean and the team of young people running the place is wonderful. They all speak excellent English (well, US English but can't blame them for that) give as much info as you need and are always happy and cheerful.
Within 2 hours of touchdown we were in a local bar where we ate very good fajitas, an old man was playing his guitar, and the local ...
... about this shuttle is they pick you up on time and we get to the place where the bus arrives in Palmar Norte just minutes before the bus actually arrives! This time was no different except that Alex had a friend who ran services from Puerto Jimenez to Palmar Norte and was in the market to take us to Puerto Jimenez. The opening quote was high but we got the price down to $10 a person and there were four of us heading that way.
Got the ...