La Posada at Hacienda Pinilla
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... back to the station. Well, I say silently. I kept giggling like a kid at my magical walk. I felt like tinkerbell leaving a trail of magical fairy dust behind me! A real life fairytale. Here I was sharing this magical experience with the man I love. Total appreciation and gratitude overwhelmed me at that moment. Taking chances and overcoming fear can really put you to magical places. It's all about living life. Little did I know that things were going to get ...
We passed so many small houses and villages, all similar in their make up: corrugated sheets, concrete walls and the mandatory chairs on the front porch. Some just popping up in the middle of greenery whilst others seemed to rely on each other for support. We just loved the contrast of it all. Then we had arrived. It was that quick! The bus driver just motioned us and we were off the bus. We had arrived in ...
... nervous surrounded by water with nothing but more water in sight on the horizon. Then we started circling back and forth while continuing further and further out to sea. After 1.5 hours of seeing nothing I felt... A) burnt b) a great urge to pee C) bored D) mad that my lulu shorts have stuck to the newly painted boat and are now covered in teal paint But still no dolphins! Or fish or birds or other boats at that! With no ...
ThursdAy Today we drove to a volcano park that is about an hour away. We brought along with is a friend we hAd made on yesterday's tour. She is a 37 year old economist lobbist from French Canada Montreal. As we had the car it saved her from paying for tour and she was great company. Her hobby is ballet and she practices 3hours a day after work. So we exchanged facebook names and will stay in touch ...
... and he was even lucky enough to see an octopus!
When our days were up we set off for Santa Cruz to catch the bus back to San Jose. It was a quick and sad goodbye to Mariano as the three of us had really enjoyed our time together and another experience was coming to an end. That is one of the only drawbacks of travelling for me...leaving good friends behind.