Hotel la Diosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that were pretty good while Gina had coconut shrimp that was kind of a rip off. It was a fun birthday supper even though it was pretty tame since we were all recovering from the night before. We had an early night afterwards since we needed to make up for lost sleep from the night before. Since we left San José early we did not meet the new group. They will catch up to us tomorrow in Puerto ...
Well we left the hotel and started to drive to our next destination and Ellie was still sick . The twist and turns of the road was not great on Ellie stomach. Again it took a long time to get to the cabin in the jungle. Finally we have arrived to Playa Chiquita it took us another 5 hours. Ellie went to ask this Hotel Shawandha Lodge to call Monica to tell her we are here. The woman ...
... many years. It is also environmentally minded which is so rare in this area of the world, and they are aiming for carbon neutrality by 2020.
But anyways back to us. All we really did in Costa Rica was hang out at the border for hours, bus to San Josť (the capital), sleep, bus to the sleepy Caribbean coastal town of Cahuita, visit the sloth sanctuary and exit to Panama.
What? Sloth sanctuary??
Yes, it was awesome. ...
... Several restaurants, Pizzerias, Mercados, Tour offices, souvenir shops, bars... all the stuff foreigners like or need are located on both sides of the main road.
The highlight of the day was the walk along Black Beach. Took my shoes off and started a long walk, getting my feet wet and playing with the waves as the came an went trying to get in as much as possible without getting may pants wet. Then, a dark cloud ...
... is not as developed for tourism as the Pacific coast. Also, the ocean is more dangerous for swimming. Sharks and barricudas are rumored to peruse the shore, but even if their presence is a myth, the serious breakers and riptides are not. There is only one road from the center of the country to the Southern Caribbean, which requires everyone to go through the city of Limon. Hundreds of trucks travel this route because Limon is a ...