Hotelito Si Si Si
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We decided after a couple of days of constant rain to move our location. We left in the middle of one of the worst storms we had gotten since arriving. It had rained so hard and the thunder shook the ground for hours through the night. After a five hours drive up and over every mountain in the Nicoya Peninsula, we arrived at our new home. Hotelito …
... to speak total Spanish but nope, they were Yankies and.... We were all headed back to Potrero. They offered me a ride before I could even ask.... Lifesavers from New York. We waited till the sunset then headed back to town, a 45 minute hike for me, a 5 minute drive for all of us. Oh yeah, they even treated me to a beer on the way. I'm definitely going to try to return to this beach tomorrow and hit La Playa Prieta as well. Gotta go get my homework done... ¡Pura ...
... was playing in the world cup yesterday and won! woohoo...really could give 2 kahoots about soccer...but always love the beer and screamin'. so i was to be found at the bar during the game.
-and lastly, we stopped to buy watermelon from a farm at the side of the road. delicious. Nena and i bought two beautifully round ones. i stored them safely overhead in the storage area...and of course, behind two big bags so they would be secure. ...
... and spiders and scorpions) in your house
6. Plans? Reservations? What are those?
7. Europeans and smoking go together like spaghetti and meatballs
8. Don't flush the toilet paper
9. Don't rely on the bus schedule
10. Air conditioning is not necessary to survive
11. Sand at the beach is hot. Do not go to the water without flip flops or you will have to run across ...
... 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. ...
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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