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... lives a commercial fisherman who sells his catch from his house. We ventured down there early in the morning. I asked at the house and was directed to the back of the property where in a small cement building, were 3 large chest freezers. A little boy directed me to a freezer and opened. Inside, it had about 100 half-frozen red fish and one shark. We ended up with a whole red snapper, a bag of jumbo shrimp, and a 3 pound section of tuna, all caught this morning…fish on ...
... we made it
onto a bus headed (supposedly) for Monteverde.
Two hours later the bus stopped, and we were left standing
in the dust at the side of the motorway with all our worldly possessions and no
clue about where we were. We took shelter in a car park across the road as it
began to rain, trying to figure out how to reach our destination when like
something from a horror film, a little old lady crept from a boarded up shop
but then ...
Part of the fun of staying at Luna Llena is the people you meet while you are there.
This was our third time to stay at Luna Llena, and the travelers were 'muy amable.'
Cooking meals in the shared kitchen, visiting while doing so and seeing what delicious meals someone else is coming up with.
On this particular trip Danielle and Matt, Darshon and Alex, Jamie and Joel, Babs and others were among the ...
... I matching rings for free with 2 stars on them. It's supposed to symbolize new friendships and safe travels. It was cute!
Later that evening we went to the bar, and met some locals who we hung out with for the night. The conversations with Ticos are always really interesting, because they are the oddest mix of Spanglish. I want to practice Spanish, but a lot of times they want to use the opportunity to practice English, so we all just end ...
... br> price just at the Super Montezuma. (Our towels were a good example).
We ate at a few places, Bar/Restaurant Montezuma, Chico's, Las Delicias
and another smaller place somewhat outside of town center, near the bus
stop. I found myself ordering a casado almost every where we went.
They were all different, but all very good, filling and a nice value.
Papaya and Banana are my two favorite fruits to ...