Las Islas Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We had breakfast at 8:00 and were on the road by 9:00. We drove for four hours with two stops. One was for a restroom break and the other was more interesting. We stopped in a little village in the Diquis Valley called Palmar Sur. In Las Esferas Park where we discovered large stone spheres carved by the Gnobe people. Most were less than 3 feet in …
Today after saying goodbye to Taylor and MC (only until they visit Europe in February!) I set off for the boat jetty where I was extremely lucky to get a place on the first boat off the day - there was much confusion involving locals, backpackers and changing boats! When we finally set off the journey was actually quite nice as the sun rose over head. My luck was set to continue as 5 minutes ...
... is a treat yoself kind of day. Our friend at the bar told us about a pizza place owned by an Italian and we've been craving it ever since. Today is the day. It's the little things, right, Mom? All right, I think that was at least 10 days worth of typing (on a touch screen keyboard). We will try to load pictures and videos from Jaime's GoPro as soon as possible- dealing with some storage issues- but I think most of you have seen the pics on Facebook. Stay ...
... was quite nice with a breeze cooling us from the sweaty morning. I had Huevos Rancheros that were very nice and Robert had gallo pinto. We shared a fruit plate and had fruit drinks as well. We got out our computers, Robert fired up our Pocket Wifi, and we spend a couple of very hice hours working on our blog. Every so often we looked up and out to the goings on at the playa and the glorious Golfo Dulce. Perfecto !!!!.
... of the trees. Think it must be crabs snapping their claws shut but we are not sure.
Got to the point where we could go no further because there is a tree blocking the way and cannot be moved without some way the saw or break it in half so we headed back. John helped get the kayaks back up and Tom Kayak was working and so we stopped and talked about birds for awhile before heading in to clean up and fix lunch.
After an afternoon siesta we ...