La Sirena Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... coconut that has fallen from the tree, Luis the gardener goes past and I point at it, he immediately gets his machete out and starts chopping at it! 10 minutes later we are munching away at a delicious fresh coconut! Luis clears away the mess and explains that the agouti will come later and eat the rest! After cocktails,we have have our last evening meal in the hotel, tuna steak with pineapple salsa and the crepes for desert. An early night again, before an early start again ...
... and then took us to the place. We are at the end of the road and there is lush jungle behind the house as we drove up. Our room was downstairs and WOW!, what a place. We have a balcony that has a gigantic tree beside it and jungle all around area. Place inside looked just as it had been pictured and we got ourselves settled in and Thierry said he was going back into town and would be glad to give us a ride to meet up with Craig and Jerry.
Sorry I've been slacking on the updates.. Simply having too much fun I suppose :) Well we went from Jaco to Quepos and then Manuel Antonio national park. Spent two nights at Villas Jaquelina, about a ten minute uphill hike outside of Quepos and mostly relaxed there as there is not much going on in town. Valentine's Day there was a free concert at the marina so we went there despite the hippies at our hostel having told us it was only for couples.. Not true the whole town was there ...
... rhyme with them in English. After a quick deliberation, Twinkle, twinkle little star it is. It's nice and short and easy to write for the kids (and doesn't involve me drawing pictures). So Cathy, Hannah and I warm up the vocal chords and off we go. It's so fun and almost all the kids join in with our sing along. Class finishes at 10am and we head off to Damas (as unfortunately just going home will be frowned upon). Due to the bus schedule we just miss ...
... on the national highway, the same one that I mentioned above was being widened so the room was not quiet, but served our purpose. The restaurant at the hotel didn't seem special so we decided to go to town, we were about 2km from the city and taxis weren't just waiting outside so we chose to walk. On google maps it showed that we could either walk up the freeway to a major street and then go right into the city, or the more direct route which was to turn right on a smaller ...