TripAdvisor Reviews Playa Bejuco Puntarenas
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... Sea side of the country is the wettest area where bananas grow.
In fact Costa Rica exports Bananas, Pineapples and other tropical fruits which grow in abundance here.
Our driver Mr Ron stopped from time to time to pick fruit, flowers etc and Leo would talk about them and pass them around - he certainly knows his stuff !
After about 30 minutes of driving, - some of it on the ...
So far it seems like we have written a lot about the big events and things we have done. Here are some of the little things that have made everyday life here a little different. I will start with the critters. The wicked small ants are all over the place in your house, they even drink water from the toilet. Everything in the kitchen has to be in a sealed container or it will be covered with ants before you know it. Cockroaches really aren't that bad. What gets me are the scorpions. ...
... averages around 3,000 millimetres / 118 in. Humidity oscillates between 74% and 97%.
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve (Reserva Biológica Bosque Nuboso Monteverde) is a Costa Rican reserve located along the Cordillera ...
Day 10 - morning
Temperature: 33 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies
The Legend of the Seas slowly made its way towards Puntarenas in Costa Rica at 6:00am this morning. I was already up, dressed and ready to leave for my shore excursion and yes…..all of this after seeing the sunrise from behind the mountains at 5:46am!
Being the first ...
... it dosnt take long to work up a sweat. Its stifling, its not the moderate temperature of low 30s Celcius, but the 400% humidity that kills you. You feel as if youre breathing steam. We wandered the streets of Puntarenas for a time, eventually finding an ATM and withdrawing 10,000 Colones ($20USD).
The town itself isn't particularly special or breathtaking. So before long, we head back to the beach. Its nicer here, the sound and ...