- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our final day in Costa Rica started with a good sleep in before we decided to embark on a run to start the day. We start our run and notice the surf comp is continuing today and we head down the same path we went for a cycle yesterday. We run down to the Jaguar rescue centre and back totalling a solid 5km start to the day. It's 0900 by the time we return for breakky so we whip up some eggs and go search for some coffee. We go to the restaurant across ...
... while on that side of the peninsula. Then we would come back, drive over to the other side, and hike out to the swimming beach.
The first part of the hike was not any fun at all, at first. That’s because the rain was coming down pretty good. I took my umbrella with me this time, but it was awkward holding my binoculars and camera underneath it, trying to not get them wet. And I couldn’t see the forest much above my umbrella. At least we ...
... last seen making it's way into the shower. The vipers made us laugh a lot as ben's given me a new name if I'm grumpy: pit viper; if I'm really grumpy I have to serve time in the 'snake pit' which is simply ben's arm pit. I've only had to endure this punishment once I'm glad to say. All in all we're muddling along quite well together considering we haven't spent more than an hour apart in seven months. We spend a lot of time chilling at Emily and Freddy's house which ...
... sure I knew what they looked like when they were small but these were massive and sort of green with little legs sticking out. Seriously they are so horrid, and I am really grossed out by the idea of them borrowing under your skin and they're head getting stuck in there. BLEUGH. It gets worse. When I went to feed clinic sloth I noticed another huge one hanging off from under her ear and went and got Marcelo. He told me to pull it off, I was like, are you kidding me? But nope ...
... Sanctuary since there are only three sloths here and 150 there!
After the tour we bike to a place where we think we can get Steve a haircut and Julie a pedicure. It's a really neat open air place on the property of a larger property that houses cabin/rooms for guests and an impressive, large restaurant/club building created in the indigenous style. We are asked if we can wait a half hour for ...
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Playa Grande, Cahuita | Hotelfrom $72
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