Hotel la Diosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The alarm went off far too early this morning after only two hours of sleep. Luckily the hangover hadn't sunk in yet so I was still functional. A few people were still up so we said more goodbyes before hopping in a cab for the short ride to the bus station. The ticket office was still closed when we arrived so we waited around for a bit then once open got our tickets for the 6:00 bus. There was a ...
... right off today with the initials EJ shaved into her head. I like my hair cut and it keeps her cool.
While we were walking back to our cottage rental, we noticed this Yoga company that was abandoned. Well, you know us with abandoned properties. We love to explore them. Well, this was no difference. We wondered on in and took tons of pictures and video. The place was ...
... re back in a bus at 6:30am on Thursday to go back to San Jose for one more night before flying to Quito and the next leg of the trip.
In case anyone hadn’t noticed – our trip so far has been very focussed on wildlife – Quito and the Galapagos will not be any different…..be warned there’ll be more Jack videos. After that things will change as we head to Havana and back into a city – ...
... were amateur paintings haphazardly covering various objects. Chairs, rocks, our bathroom mirror, even our pillowcases were covered in peeling painted flowers or abstract designs. It was like they had unleashed a class of junior high art students to paint whatever and wherever they wanted. Our dinner was decent, but the service was sporadic. Paul got his meal a good 20 minutes before I did. No apologies or explanations were ...
... confiscated it, threw it into the bushes and said "I hope you enjoyed the experience". Thanks Mario!
Back to the trail... Not too far down the path we ran into a basilisk lizard (I know lizards are dime a dozen in Costa Rica, but this one at least looked cool) so I included a pic.
A bit later as we crossed paths with another couple, we noticed a white face monkey limping down the path ...