Palacio de Dona Leonor
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... before our faces were covered with chocolate. Our masseuses left the room for half an hour and both of us fell asleep in our coffee chocolate cocoons. When the half hour was up and they reentered the room, it was time for us to shower with just water to get the spread off of us. We literally had chocolate and coffee all over us and our bathing suits so it took both of us a while to get clean before heading back into the room for our next massage.
... hostel kitchen I have ever seen. The pool was nice too.
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7 El Hostal http://www.elhostal.hostel.com/ Nice, but the private rooms are very expensive, the most we have paid so far. But a dorm was out of the question. And the private rooms don't have their own bathrooms. ...
... airport. We checked in and got rid of our big bags, but we still had 6 HOURS to kill, and we sure weren't going to spend those in an airport. So we took a cab to the center of Alajuela and the park there. We ate lunch and spent some time checking out the churches, shops, and parks of Alajuela. Then we walked to the Alajuela soccer stadium, home of "La Liga," the best team in Costa Rica right now. Eventually we made ...
... it. The views were phenomenal and we spent a good 45 minutes walking around the crater, enjoying the scenes of Guatamala below us. Fuego erupted again while we were up at the top but the eruptions lost their firework effect during the light of day but you could still feel the shockwave of the blasts from where we were. The hike back down to the campsite was the complete opposite to the hike up. We had to run down the loose gravel and we back at camp in ...
... live with it”, admitted Grant.
“Hey, whatever, man, I’m easy. I’d love to go but, sure, if you want to do it another time, I’m good with that”, replied Dustin tentatively.
“Your call, bro. Obviously we can kayak anytime, you know. So, yeah, that’s cool”, said Grant, sounding rather relieved.
Sunset yoga did not end up happening either, having simply slipped their minds as a result of ...