- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... When we were told we had to go back to the boat to return to our shore, we felt as though we could spend all day at the beach and never leave. Alas, we had more exploring to do on our last day in Costa Rica and chose instead of wishing for more beach, to enjoy the sun (for some, a little too much) as we made our way back on the boat. We entered Palo Verde park which is considered a dry forest. Roads were dusty and rough. Each passing car created thick clouds that remained suspended ...
... beautiful response. "We in Nicaragua are very careful to distinguish between the people of the USA and its government. While we may question the actions of the Government, we are very comfortable with the Americans who come to visit us. “ I was totally taken in.
Leaving Granada was fun. The road through South Eastern Nicaragua runs right alongside the lake, with its views of water and volcanoes and ...
Do you ever make plans & make plans & make plans. Finally, you get so tired of making the plans & just want to do it?? Well, that's how I woke up feeling. Let's do this!
Lunch was already made since we didn't eat it yesterday, so we ate breakfast & headed out to the same destination for a THIRD time. I had never experienced trying to get someplace for this many times.
We are almost ...
... touch but we watched them gurgling away. In the afternoon we went to a hot spring and mud bath, here's Caitlin to explain: We arrived at the hot springs but at the entrance they had no towels and we hadn't bought any with us. We decided it would be ok 'we can just pop back and get some', we followed the trail that went on for about 10 minutes through the forest before getting to the pools. You ...
We arranged a three month lease in Playa Langosta, Costa Rica and got a couple of bikes to use on the beaches and dirt roads of our new world. Our friend Paul dropped us off at LAX, bikes all boxed up and four big bags stuffed to capacity. We were excited... "it was really happening".
After the first few weeks in Langosta we knew we had made the right decision. The feeling of Pura Vida ...