Hotel la Diosa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Cahuita
... with a few mint rides as his heat ends. After a few timeouts of dipping into the water to cool off, we decide to head back for another standard cook up for lunch. But first, we need some more ingredients so we head down to town and decide to rent some bikes for 24 hours so we can go for a ride this arvo. The hostel shows its class after I informed them of a clogged toilet this morning before we left and they said they'd sort it out, and it's still ...
... 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 ...
... Viejo. We arrived a little after 8.30. Dan had his ear syringed and it was bad. I don't want to go into too much detail but it sure was blocked and infected too! So now has antibiotic drops and tablets to
take for a week, and no swimming for 2 days. He seems much better!
Luc was worried about him during the visit, but very reassuring to Papa, saying he will be ok and that the doctor will look after you..... Made Dan smile.
... is always more that needs to happen, and faster. It absolutely begs the question of how much is simply enough, and why it is that we would ever tolerate and feed the beast of "bigger, better, faster, more." Many other thoughts swirl as we prepare to cross the border into Panama, but it's time to wrap this up and move on. I'll leave with a video of Will's very first attempt to stand on a surfboard. Yea, I know- to be 9 years old ...