Hotelito Si Si Si
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotelito Si Si Si Playa Junquillal
Great location, facilities and owner. Would come back every time in Costa Rica.
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... t even do 3 days! They also have to cook all their meals which I thought was going we be a laugh as we only have to cook breakfast here. All in all it was fun but I didn't realise that because they didn't have a fridge and they only get a food delivery once a month they can't keep any kind of meat in camp. This wouldn't have been a problem really, had Annie actually been able to cook. For lunch one day she said she was going to make a stir fry which I was so ...
Because the students are here and they need constant things to do, this morning we had planned to do a beach clean up as the tide washes in a lot of rubbish, woah nearly wrote trash, shows how much they're rubbing off on me. We split into two groups and set off in different directions. Me, Kim and some others set off South and I think we managed to pick the hottest and most humid day to do it. Although we were looking ...
... excavation later this afternoon. Sam had talked to Wilson who had done the patrol this morning after us and he said he saw no vultures or anything on the beach so hopefully means good news for the dolphin. Allis got out the loom bands which Helen bought for the kids so we thought we'd give it a go before we tried to teach them tomorrow. It took me and Allis around an hour to get the hang of just the simplest one so I don't know how the kids are gonna get on, we'll see. The journey awaits ...
... so didn't really want to check it out. but as i was following a big iguana through the jungle there, i stumbled across it. and it's beautiful. the animals have a huge amount of space...like 1/2 acre forest per species and they feed and apply medicines when needed. well, by "they" i mean one guy/caretaker. he has been working there for years and the animals all recognize him, so he handles them as if they are all domesticated. he kept asking me if i ...
... sprouted legs, and began to run away! Confused and startled I stepped on the
shoulder strap of the bag, the women returned and scooped the bag up. She
unzipped the bag to reveal a chicken, she offered it some water from a dish she
had gone to fill while I was supposed to be watching the bag, before stuffing
it back in and zipping it up to its neck. The bus arrived for Upala, I climbed
on and paid the driver, sleepily found a window seat and daydreamed for the
drive back. ...