Royal Dutch Hotel & Casino
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... skills after that. But Cristal was fine (although she was sore the next day) and we all laughed and laughed. Some of the rapids were a bit scary but we only experienced level 4 (out of 7!) We rafted for about 2 hours then we stopped for lunch. You wouldn't believe the gourmet lunch these guys set up for us. They flipped over a raft and even laid out a table cloth over it. They cut ...
... But then my guide just suddenly had it all sorted for me - amazing. A van which will take me direct to the address I needed. It arrived at 8am and it was just me. And free wifi. Even better!! Costa Rica is just the most beautiful country. Everything is green. Trees, hills and animals everywhere. The roads are winding but around every corner is a new surprise. This is by far my favourite country of Central America and I wish I was staying ...
... edges and box hedges. All rather civilised.
This morning I walked around after a splendid breakfast as I had eaten virtually nothing yesterday except a bagle with Den before we left and then a sandwich with him at Orlando Airport. Why you will ask? Because I got in latish because of the flight delay and then spent so much time trying to get this blog to work that it was 11.30 p.m. before you could shout 'scoff time' ...
... China town, Plaza de la Democracia, Iglesia La Soledad, Museos Oro Precoliombino (Pre-Columbian Gold Museum, Numismatica (coins), ...
... in El Tunco which is a small beach town. Here we bumped in to our friends from our boat trip from Panama and they recommended a hostel with a pool which we were happy about as it was sooo hot!
The fan in our room just didn't cut it.
We slept most of the day and night and the next day we hit the beach to bathe on the sandy shores of the pacific.
It was nice to be able to sunbathe and read on ...
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