Hotel Royal Limon
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... it from above. We flew down to Limon, landing at the airport to drop off the honeymooners before flying on again to San Jose. The weather turned for part of the second leg and it was complete white-out with lashing rain. That was fun in a small plane! The boys were both that relaxed that they fell asleep!
... due to bad weather. Your bus to San Jose leaves late, gets stuck in construction traffic, and arrives an hour behind schedule. You pay a taxi driver an exorbitant price to get you to the airport on time. You stand in a massive lineup waiting to pay your airport departure fees, and another one to check in for your flight. You snake through security and run to your gate, stopping on the way only to purchase a $5 USD bottle of water that is then promptly confiscated ...
... the dinner buffet, we do enjoy this night from time to time. Once again I got to try something unique, as Ted ordered the lobster for dinner. Even though I'm on a non dairy diet, I have let myself go when dessert comes around and had a chocolate cake straight from Heaven. I paid for it later.
We didn't have too late a night as we arrive in Belize tomorrow. We spent some of our time blowing a small fortune in the casino ($10) before heading back for the ...
... to fill out and we were officially in a new country! Again, we opted for a private shuttle to our hostel in Puerto Viejo, about an hour away. Judith had made a reservation for us at Kaya's Place, a hostel she had stayed at a couple of years ago. Kaya's is right across the street from an amazing black sand beach, so we all quickly got settled and changed into our bathing suits to enjoy the rest of our day. The water was amazing, all ...
... to our left. ``Can you see that,`` asked
``Those are Sloths. The smaller one is
a two toed sloth, while the bigger and darker one is a three toed
Sloth. We are lucky, that we can see them moving and eating. Most
of the time they are just hanging upside down, and sleeping during
the day,`` said Jardin. ``Similar to Koalas in Australia,`` he
Just as on our river tour about a week