- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it supported. This river was clearly a refuge from the surrounding dry forest as it was in itself a life zone; the wetlands. We boarded the boat and headed down the river, whose waters were brown with nutrient rich sediment. The boat captain spotted what looked to us like floating plant debris. Upon closer observation we realized it was an American Crocodile! This is the crocodillian species here on the West coast, as compared to the much smaller Caimans on the Eastern ...
... and sauntered down onto the boat. What happened next was the real surprise. Instead of untying the boat and sailing off, they pushed his bike down the plank, parked it in front of us and tied it down with one little rope. This was going to be an interesting ride.
As the boat pulled out, the water on the lake was calm and there was fantastic views back onto island of the two volcanoes. It was only as we reached the half way point that the swell began ...
... Luc on our walks. We end up with huge pockets full of these delights!
We noticed a wiener just like Milly running in and out of the Ocean. I miss our two little girls when I see something like that. Especially because they came with us to Mexico, and I know they would just love it here too.
Got talking to a young couple who are also here on vacation, and Luc made friends with there 3 year old - Holly. Holly was not too sure of the ...
... park & we see horses in the middle of the road with one man herding them. This region of Costa Rica is known for cowboys. I had never driven a car through this many horses and it made me nervous.
Made it to the parking lot, yeah, there were other cars, too! A local man came up to our car and we knew he must be a guide. We told him that we wanted to do the hike to Blue Lake & La Cangrejo Waterfal, ...
... t hear Jeff yell down, "I can't find my passport!" and then proceed to not look for it. Or leisurely get himself a cup of coffee for the road & we're already 15 minutes late leaving the house, because he had to change the kitty litter! In fact, to our surprise, we actually got first class on the flight into Liberia. And my little tradition is to always have a Bloody Mary if we get seated in first.
It is nice that the Liberia airport has a duty free ...