Hotel Villas Colibri
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... wouldn’t want to go there at all) and I was able to hike the trails for hours without ...
... was so bored that he walked us to his favorite bar for dinner. And if you've ever had the pleasure of eating Costa Rican food in a biker/karaoke bar in a Central American shithole, you know how good that food was. Though I will cop to singing "La Isla Bonita" in the karaoke bar. When in Rome, you know.
So our Costa R-eekend concludes with vile bar food, beers, and a biblical downpour. And, of course, no monkeys.
Next month: Europe!
... 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 ...
The last two days have been pretty lax. We attempted to hike Volcan Poas yesterday. The information centre was recommending people to come back another day due to mucho niebla (a lot of fog). This was nice of them as they could have just taken people's money and not said anything. Poas is the most active volcano in Costa Rica, erupting 39 times since 1828. It has erupted once in each of the past 4 years.
We came back today ...
... and another small stack of maybe jicama with a very thin fennel bread stick balancing between the two. Presentation is Everything in a meal and this meal was a five star presentation!
We were convinced to taste one of a dozen desserts that demanded attention! I could have had a meal of the desserts – they were so unique and divine sounding. Settled on sharing a Pavlova. Now that might sound rather tame BUT not this one! The ...