Hotel Las Brisas del Pacifico
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... and there was a huge procession going on. The people were taking up about half of the street, and they were chanting and carrying a giant white thing at the front. I assumed it was a funeral but our taxi driver said it was just a normal service for church or a Saint or something. The traffic jam it caused was huge. Our taxi took us all the way to the border again. I slept the whole way. At the border there were guys trying to sell the immigration ...
... 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 ...
... Rip Current” warning signs everywhere.
An oddity in much of the budget accommodation in south and
central America is that they only offer cold water in which to wash dishes, no
sink plugs and expect us to clean cutlery with a sponge. So one washes up under
a running cold tap irrespective of the fact that one is frequently warned not
to waste the valuable water…..
We had been looking at our long term itinerary and found we
... several plates of nachos and are about to shower and fall into bed.
We spent the morning researching some other excursions, and doing a little shopping, and trying to plan what's coming up for the next two weeks. It's shaping up to be action packed.
This morning we said goodbye to Anne Snow's sister Ellen, who had to leave too soon--and we wish she were still here!
Much love and joy from Tamarindo,