Hotel Las Brisas del Pacifico
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... light green eyes... He also put on OLD Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson at the beginning of his shift and was singing all the songs in the sweetest Spanish accent you've ever heard... <3
I love it here, despite all the tourists. It has been interesting meeting and talking to the tourists though. For most of them this is the least "touristy" or "white" place they've been! The family said that they thought it felt ...
... we had plenty of water. Eventually, we made it to town and left the beach to try the roads. Our goal was to find a small soda 'La Perla" I had read about and have an authentic Tico lunch. Naturally, I had my map...but there are no street signs so you have to figure out the streets. It was now about 95 degrees, and the 2 mile ride was more like 4 in the hot sun. I was struggling to find the soda and Robin was ready to pass out...it was not a fun situation. I was about to give ...
... Alberto drove us over to the tubing area, where we were combined with a few other tours (about 20 people in total). We were expecting tubing to be like the Lazy River at a waterpark, but on the way we were told that our flip flops may come off in the rapids but we weren't prepared with any other footwear -- the other people with us seemed to have gotten the memo or at least knew what they signed up for. So, we were a little nervous as we walked with our ...
... sell to them provided they promised to keep the
name. Very lush and a rather dark garden but atmospheric cabins at 27 USD a
night. They had good wi-fi and hot “suicide” showers. We enjoyed the relaxed
and peaceful aura of Cuahita with its smattering of holiday homes tucked into
the forest vegetation behind the beach and spent some time walking its long
beaches. However, we avoided swimming there after being warned off by the ever
... that makes you feel drugged to listen to, played at the perfect volume to drown out any sound you would not like to hear , (and really, that's the way the French would want it).
Really, there is not much to relate in version two- pool, naps, books, French music, blissiness. We all felt like we were in that poppy field in the Wizard of Oz: drowsy and just a little not aware of the rest of the world except ...