Maribu Caribe Hotel
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... replaced with mutterings of “*&$#!” and “%*#@!” and “are you freakin’ kidding me?” Where is pura vida when we need it most, and how can it feel so far away when we just had it in the palm of our hand?
And so it is that I meet the ultimate test in my month-long experiment of traveling without moving. I will try to let the weeks of calm and ease and appreciation of every moment serve as a lesson. As I look into ...
... At the end of the ride we are given fresh fruit and cold drinks or beer before heading off for a 40 minute coach ride to the train. Along the way Eric continues to tell us about life in Costa Rica including the surprising fact that their biggest industry before agriculture and tourism is microchip manufacture! 14% of the world's microchips come from here, who knew? Puerto Limon is the poorest city in Costa Rica and it shows, it is not a tourist ...
... ATMs being out of money. Once we got bored of looking around the shops, we met up with the others and went off in search of our friend Max who had left for Puerto Viejo a day earlier than us. We found him at his hostel which was just a ways down the beach, had a good chat and were on our way back to the others. We had a great night sitting on the black sand beach drinking and chatting, but ended up turning in early since we felt a ...
... are the ones that will give you a stomach ache if you eat
that banana,`` he continued to explain.
For more than an hour, while our boat
slowly drifted along the canal, we heard constant shrieks and howls
from the Howler monkeys along with the tweeting of birds. Sometimes,
there would be silence, then we could hear the distinct sounds of the
jungle. There were a couple of iguanas high above in the tree
branches, sun ...
... at 6pm.
We celebrated our good going with a day cycling along the stretch of beautiful beaches around the town. It’s a laid back tropical paradise where lush rain forest meets white sand and we passed dozens of hibiscus covered yoga retreats and hippy hang-outs. Certainly somewhere we could see ourselves going back to for a holiday. ...