Hotel Surf The Place
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Travel Blogs from Mal Pais
... toward the beach and found a pleasant looking house where a young lady was sweeping the porch and talking on a cell phone. She was startled and indicated that she needed more time to finish the house cleaning. We sat quietly on the porch while she finished and then explored the house and the property. There is an outdoor living room and dining room, attached to the kitchen. Behind the kitchen is an indoor family room. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, one more like a dorm room with 3 twin ...
... Later I asked a Costa Rican employee on our boat if I should expect a dreadful illness and he said altho he thought I was crazy I would be OK, especially since it had jalapeņo on it. And I was OK. Until I got home. Ne details shall follow, but let's just say I am seeing a GI doc. All is really fine though, no dreaded disease developed.
That evening, back aboard our heavenly home, Barry and I ordered room service. But instead of having ...
... tour shops abound.
We spent our first day there having an explore of the town
and then taking a walk to a view point over the impressive landscape.
Unfortunately just as we arrived the clouds made their presence even more
evident, and shed their watery weight, so we were stranded at the picnic area
in a torrential downpour.
The next day however we took part in the activity that
Monteverde is famous for; zip wiring between the ...
... flew among the huge trees until he alighted very close to us ! Then he flew a short distance and perched on electrical wires right above us and began to preen.
It was if he knew we were his long time admirers, and came to receive our admiring gaze and allow himself to be photographed once again!
He stayed there and we with him, until the San Jose Directo Bus noisily made its way down the steep hill from Cobano into Montezuma.
... and a half hours of surfing later, and we were knackered. We grabbed a quick bite to eat and then headed back home to Cabuya. On the way out of Mal Pais, we picked up a hitch hiker (a common practice here, although we can't oblige very often because we usually have two kids in car seats--there's not a lot of room to spare). Turns out, this teenager works at the same surf shop as our surf instructor Manny. He moved from Albuquerque to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking