- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... named Albia's home, where we learned about coffee. Albia grows coffee beans, dries them out, mashes them to remove the shells, roasts them, grinds them up, and finally brews the coffee. The group tasted the fresh coffee, fresh honey, fresh water apples (a rare Costa Rican fruit), and fresh oranges while on Albia's property. The team lounged under the canopy of tropical trees for an hour or two and then headed out. Right as we were leaving, we saw an ...
... location on the Pacific Fault Line, with their Caribbean coast only a few hours drive from the Pacific. Large powers have intervened in local politics to gain control of a possible shipping route across the ithsmus. Nothing has been built to date but now the Chinese have entered this arena. Their people are "terco" as they define themselves. Tough, proud, and not necessarily welcoming -- first off. Few have emigrated ...
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 ...
... an old suit.
Now on to the three natural pools, each had a different temperature & then finally, the swimming pool. Got dressed & headed down the hill before it got dark. Jeff said we would try for the hike the next day. Since it would be our last day, I really just wanted to hang out at the hotel's pool, but we couldn't be defeated by the circumstances we had encountered!
It was our last dinner in ...
... do for our hike. Ham & cheese sandwiches, Lay's potato chips, Plantain chips, water & Diet Pepsi. Had our last breakfast, that we had paid for & headed out. Drove to Liberia and followed the signs to the "Santa Maria" entrance. Once again, the terrain turned ugly, but Jeff did a super job of maneuvering these conditions. Found it strange that we saw no one upon entering a National park. We arrive at the park & the gate ...