Hotel Villa Teca
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... rum cocktails whilst relaxing in our in-room jacuzzi. Which, of course, was derailed by the fact that our jacuzzi is busted- while the jets work, the drain plug DOESN'T, which is of course a vital component of a successful jacuzzi.
So we decided to focus on the rum cocktails, and f**k the jacuzzi...and all other electronica which has thus far betrayed us.
So we're not entirely sure what we're doing tomorrow. I'm hoping it involves monkeys.
... Slowly he put his nose into the coffee beans. And for about half a minute he was breathing in the magic aroma of Tarrazu. He encouraged us to do the same. It was an experience, which we will never forget! We experienced it for the first time. He is experiencing it every day.
Later on, both brothers introduced us to their friendly family. We met their wise, hardworking 73 year old father. He ...
... bar with a swim up area as well as regular seating. The view was 180* from the headlands of the Manuel Antonio Park to almost Quepos.
There were several levels of pools and all had a wonderful view over the ocean below. We made a reservation for dinner early so we could have a primo view of the water below. Had one drink at the bar and laughed at the antics of a kiskadee that kept flying in to the designer pool and getting a drink ...
... also going there. Score! This bus ends at the town of Laurel, where our new friend quickly hops onto another bus and waves us over! :) "Pasa Canoes?" I shout. "Yes!" he says. No spanish needed. Bus Quality - close to Edmonton City bus, not bad and we have seats. Cost 3000 colones
... passing 10 feet in front of the bar door, without any kind of barrier or protection. Not a good idea to have too much to drink here!
I soon realised that many of the buildings in SJ are covered in barbed wire. Whoever produces it must have made a fortune.
As many of the 'ecolodges' here are expensive but the only option in some more remote areas we had decided to use cheaper places where we could to balance ...