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- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Multilingual staff
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... was a huge fruit tray waiting for us when we returned to the main lodge from our horse and bike rides. After a short break, we geared up for our zip-line tour, loaded onto an open-air bus, and drove back up the same hill we had just ridden. Pura Aventura's lead tour guide, Diego, just happened to know our housekeeper Noemie and considers her a second mother. Small world! He raved about her cooking and told us that we had to try her famous "tres leches" cake. Diego gave us ...
... the sunset hearing nothing but the water. Taking that first surf lesson was one of the best decisions I have made. I found a way to a new peace. After my first lesson Estiben and I went to eat. We ended up spending almost every day after that together for five weeks. I got my meet his friends, love his puppy even though she hated me, and get a feel for local life. Pura Vida. He helped me study from time to time, took me ...
On the last day we spent the morning on Playa Flamingo. We brought our breakfast and made a little picnic on the beach which included the most delicious pineapple!
We then took a trip to the Monteverde cloud forest since it is a must-see sight.
The entire time we were there we were hoping to catch a monkey somewhere in the trees. ...
... that are only drivable a part of the year, likely do the 7 or so steam crossings we had to do (that means no bridge), throw in a limited number of road signs and it made an interesting drive. Made it to Tamarindo just before sunset, plan to be here for a day to figure getting up ...
Today was the day we would finally hike at the Rincon National Park that we had gone to on Monday and discovered they are closed on Mondays. Had a bit of deja vu, as I made us the same lunch we had the other day. Had our Costa Rican breakfast, packed for our journey & was on the road by 9am. I was so excited about our adventure, maybe even a bit giddy!
Jeff said he needed to stop and get some cash, so we pulled into a ...