Hotel & Club Punta Leona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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From this point on, my experience in Costa Rica took a turn for the better, and earned it's "Pura Vida" hype in my eyes. I got back to the room around noon and Derek woke up from his nap. I gave him the rundown of how Playa Blanca was not great and was this big let down. His first and smart reaction was let's just grab some lunch and we'll figure …
... and boarding noticing my comfort level. It was a relief to see that the nerves were gone because the things I'd learned from my trip last summer were right there when I needed them. My favourite lesson from last summer was that 99% of people you meet traveling are kind, good people. Really it has been 100% on my travels, but I'm leaving some wiggle room for debate. Today was no different when I arrived at the airport in San Jose I searched for ...
... unloading, it had been left on the shuttle van. I ran to the back of the ship, but the van had disappeared with my Bailey’s. After a few minutes of lamentations, I chalked it up to my annual donation to the local culture; last year my wallet, this year my Bailey’s. A few minutes before our ferry would slowly ease from the dock, the shuttle driver appeared, and with a smile, presented the bag to me. Crisis averted! On travel days, I often wear some kind of a shirt that ...
... of him. Enough thinking of whats back home. It'll all eventually work itself out. Mind you, with how tough yoga class was today, I really didn't have much time to think of anything else other than the pose I had to do. By savasana, the rain had started pouring and I was getting dead tired that I swear, I had fallen asleep until she started telling us to start sitting up.
There were plans to go out tonight but really, by the time I had gone out of ...
... lunch and a swim in Santa Teresa. After white knuckling the entire trip west, we decided it was best to get back over to "our" side of the peninsula and give the waterfalls a go.
This leads us to the second time tht day that Cheri and I asked ourselves....REALLY????? Are we really going to do this?
The path was but 12 inches wide, muddy, next to a sheer drop of lets just say 300 feet. Roots acted as our handrails and to ...