Hotel la Diosa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel la Diosa Cahuita
Travel Blogs from Cahuita
... beachfront near Pan Pay restaurant, with the huge machete and extremely adept coconut-shelling skills).
I’ve committed to a one-month yoga membership and a one-month bike rental. I’ve figured out which fruit seller at the Saturday organic farmer’s market has the best papayas, and I’ve learned that the exorbitant price of cheese is a big issue for many local restaurateurs. I wave at people I know in town and they wave back.
For a few ...
... beach and went around a peninsula, swimming at a nice beach along the way. It was a one-way trail and the van would meet us at the other end. It had started to rain fairly steadily, and Rayner didn’t have an umbrella. So we stopped at a couple of shops in the city of Cahuita until he found one. Derek hadn’t brought an umbrella on the trip, so he got one too.
When we got to the national park, we stopped at the gate for Rayner to pay the entrance ...
... back to the hotel it was pretty late, so we didn’t stay up very long. Although I did realize something that would be a trend in all of our hotels. The air conditioners all have remotes to turn them on and off and control the temperature. It was very useful.
P.S. My fitbit stopped working a few days into the trip, so I’m not going to bother posting any more step counts. However, I will start posting our daily and trip bird counts. I’ll keep ...
... in Limon. Phew relief as we arrive in a small but happening place full of Caribbean vibes with reggae pumping out from everywhere, especially the supermarket! If only this was the case back home it would be awesome although the sunshine and baking temperatures would be seriously lacking so it might not feel the same. We meet up with Emily and her and Ben start planning some music stuff straight away and end up playing some dub reggae and cheeky jungle at a restaurant ...
... outdated. The upholstered furniture in the lounge was something that I might have found in my great-grandmother’s house. Everything was damp. The staff, mostly Israelis, was with few exceptions, unfriendly. They roamed around like zombies, a particularly striking contrast to the normally super-friendly, effervescent Costa Ricans. In the lobby, I could hear the dogs from the pet hotel barking like crazy. Throughout the ...