Hotel & Club Punta Leona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... wildlife than in Monteverde, howler monkeys, big iguanas in our garden, lizards, muskrats. It's such a wild and beautiful setting.
After a four day break from the surf I hired a board for our last five days and joined Oli on the waves. I changed my 9ft board for a 7ft.10 which was much better as half my trouble was trying to manoeuvre with such a big board. Some days were better than others, and by our last day we'd both come on well. We ...
... of us are big on birthday celebrations for ourselves so for both of our birthdays we just enjoyed relaxing days and nice dinners out. On the weekend before my birthday, there was a massive gathering of bikers in Jaco. We walked by the area where many bikes were parked and admired the different types and styles.
Although we haven't really done anything "big" or adventurous here yet, we are enjoying our time here and the "Pura Vida" lifestyle of Costa ...
... the cloud forest, on suspension bridges and even decided to brave it with the creepy crawlys on a night tour. We managed to spot the elusive Quetzal bird, snakes, tarantulas, sloths actually awake and lots and lots of humming birds who are so fast it is unbelievable!
In the evening we sat on the balcony wall and watched the amazing thunder and lightning storms across the sky.
... the fruit that was hanging over our room. Asked Juan Carlos, the gardener, what the name of the fruit was and he told us, maranon. Looked up the word in Google Translate and it is a cashew tree. The fruit over our room is yellow and the nut is on the outside of the fruit in an hard shell. The monkey will sit and eat the fruit and the juice is dribbling down his chin as he does so and when finished just lets the fruit drop, wham ...
... vocabulary. The kids learned quite a few words, including "Coņo!" We don't know exactly what it means [it isn't in my Spanish-English dictionary!] but Yita assures us with her bellowing laugh that "it's not that bad word, just a little bad." The kids also saw the universal single finger salute in action when someone dared to yell something to Yita after she layed on the horn. Driving like a bat out of hell and dodging potholes and other people, I was glad Drew stored ...