The Red Palm Villas
Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... about except where my hands and feet should go I came across bolts in the rock face for ropes and harnesses so figured I should stop. Sitting 50ft up, my heart beating strongly, lungs breathing deeply, I took in the lush surroundings then began my descent, grabbed the girls and we headed back to Hotel Lucy.
Tina and I went to grab another smoothie in town and lazed on the beach watching normal Montezuma living go by. With the fresh catch of fish being gutted on ...
... expensive but it follows suit with the pricing of everything in Costa Rica. Joaco and I then made reservations for fishing Tuesday morning as Janessa was able to switch her work schedule. For sunset Sandy let the three of us borrow the quad so we could go to Hermosa Beach which was more secluded than the others I’d been to. After sunset “Chef Joaco” was back cooking and doing what he loved. Tonight’s menu focused on homemade pizzas. He even made the ...
... to be writing a thesis in this home. It was a beautiful spot, I was lucky to be there, and if I was on a surf holiday, or was going to be out at the pool/beach all day, it would be perfect. I would recommend it to anyone. It is a fine casita. But I am here to write. I need to be able to sit comfortably in my hut, all day, and write.
I sat on the porch and began to plot. My sweet sister was already sending me suggestions that she'd ...
... season. Following his inspiration, he tries a new color every time!
Contemplating the mud pool, the water-stained house and my moldy clothes, I am reminded of a simple truth: all material things are ephemeral. A reality so easy to forget when you live in a European or American city amidst old buildings, cocooned in the comfort of your home, surrounded by fancy furniture and modern appliances, ...
... any trouble or having to pay a fee. Just after 5pm, we make a last shower stop at a gas station, then find camp off the highway under some mango trees. It’s 24 degrees Celsius, making it a more pleasant night.
Day 102 (3/29/11): 98km
We are 20km from Jaco. At 7:30am, we are halfway there and climbing a long, steady, steep hill. We can’t believe how much we are dripping sweat so early in the morning! ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting