Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... ended up going to a really nice restaurant called Kaya and getting some of the best food we've had here so far AND two bottles of wine! We came back to the hostel and played Jenga and cards and had a great time sharing travel stories etc. Monday was our first attempt at surfing... We rented a board for 10$ but made the mistake of surfing at 11:00 am plus the rental guy only gave us about a 6.10 (surfboard size) which is very small for beginners!! Not ...
... Not this guy! Sallie meanwhile leaned in and took more pictures. Eventually she put her feet down to stand up, he charged and she screamed, much to the entertainment of the restaurant. The waiter shooed the iguana away as one woman informed us they do bite. Yikes! We were ready for a change from Morgan's Cove after so many days here and the price. After asking Rodrigo, we headed down the beach to look at a few places he ...
Later we learned from Leo our guide that 21% of the population is poor. We also learned that the landscape before us was not typical of Costa Rica. Puntarenas is the driest part of the country, however there other areas are more lush. For example, there’s a mountainous area that is Volcanic in nature and is part of the Continental Divide (which we saw in Yellowstone National Park in 2012), while other parts of Costa Rica on ...
... to leave the premises and head out to our next adventure listed on this shore excursion!
In other words, our shore excursion wasn’t over yet! We still had a boat ride to take on the famous Tarcoles River which promised us fantastic views of the biggest crocodiles on earth plus many species of birds!
... faces and most were clearly curious about their new neighbours! They chatted to each other and climbed through the trees and after thirty minutes or so they'd all trouped through - pretty damn awesome. The following day was our first working day and we started what would be our routine for the rest of our time on the island. We woke up before dawn at 4.30am, breakfasted at 4.45am and left camp at 5.30am. The previous groups had made good progress on the path and it was down to us ...