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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We cannot judge Costa Rica by Puerto Limon. It appeared so unpleasant that I didn't bother to walk beyond the security of the port area gate. Did make it to the vendors' stalls set up in the terminal building within the port area, but that held little interest for me. Friends who have traveled the country have told us the Atlantic coast is almost a different country from the north (Pacific) side. I hope that is true.
The ship took the opportunity to test ...
... at Puerto Limon, there was not a lot to see, although I noticed there were a lot of properties with razor wire on top! Our bus driver was not in a hurry to get anywhere, but we finally arrived at the Tortuguero National Park.
Our guide Freddy is a lot better than yesterday's guide, as he is a native Costa Rican. One thing that is really obvious about this place is how amazingly green and lush it is. Our first part of the trip was a cruise down the ...
... 39;, tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">Then the group will come alive and start shrieking with excitement and click click all the cameras we could hold.. whenever we see Sloths, Toucans, Iguanas and the like. a few monkeys swinging like crazy from branch to branch.I was just so happy we didn't see any crocodile.. I would be very scared!
... photo of the moment was quickly sent to us both. What a hilarious bunch of events. The following morning we got up bright and early as we were off to the jungle to fly through the trees and go walking in the Costa Rica's most beautiful cloud forrest's. I was quietly a tad anxious but also super excited too. The whole experience was more than I could ever of imagined. The rush was incredible as we went zip-lining through the most richly green and thick ...
Day 12: 28 October 2013
Cariari -> La Pavona -> Tortuguero
We had a quick breakfast then went to catch the bus to La Pavona where we could get the boat to Tortuguero. We had negotiated a rate for accommodation with the captain so when we arrived set off to find our cabinas. Turns out they were super central and right on the river.
As it was still sunny we took the time to do some much needed washing. When we went to hang it up I managed to lock ...