Hotel Villa Romantica
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Wij hebben ons zowaar verslapen, 8.30 wakker. Gauw ontbijten, want dat is hier lekker, Duits. De langste reisdag breekt aan, 275 kilometer. Dat gaan wij niet over allerlei hobbelpaden doen, nee, wij nemen de snelweg. Dat is weer die 2-baans weg en dan vol met bussen en vrachtauto's. Als je 50 kilometer per uur aflegt, dan ben je een held. Onderweg …
A fast speedboat and a couple of local buses brought us to our next destination of Manuel Antonio, still on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. On the way we found out we were traveling with a fellow south-Londoner who was from Clapham. We asked her how long she was traveling for, to which her response was "a year and a half, so far" - amazing! We checked into our nice hotel, went for a swim to try and ...
Temperature about 37degrees,
Lost Tony the tour leader
Gained Carlos as tour leader
Thursday - lost glases case
Friday - lost sunglasses
1. Tie useful things together with string around wrist.
2. Always bring some string on holiday.
3. Check you have your marbles with you at all times.
... cliffs and a few private coves. The sun is now high in the sky and the temperature is rising fast. Determined not to over do the sun we all get the local bus (yes all including Tom) to Quepos. Usual shopping lists bank, hair cuts and other bits and bobs. I tried to buy a new SD card which was so problematic, I am still at a loss why. I had been so long that Tom thought I ...
... also saw some howler monkeys while we were at the beach and another sloth! After the park, we walked back to our hotel and had a ton of free time to go to the public beach and eat lunch and walk around town. Hannah, Kaileigh, and I decided to jump in the pool and then have lunch at the hotel restaurant. Plot twist: we had lunch at the swim up bar! That was so fun! We also saw this huge lizard/iguana walking ...