- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in Samara around 5am in order to catch the 5:30am local bus back to Nicoya in order to catch the next bus to Liberia and hopefully be there in Liberia in time to make our 9:30 TicaBus to the border. That all went relatively well, with a couple of hiccups and after the 3 hour process of getting through the border and then dropped off in Rivas, Nicaragua, we backtracked by taxi to our first Nica destination.
The beach town of San Juan Del ...
... we have back home. it's made for the entire family. yes, you can get a massage and all the lovely things that go along with that - the happy en...no, no i think that's only in vegas where that happens. but it's a really beautiful natural water park. they have 4 natural pools - all thermal, 4 chlorine pools for kids that pee - with crazy stone-made slides, bars, restaurant, outdoor grills, kids park, animal farm, volcanic mud pools for facials, cabanas ...
... played with her. After
unpacking we walked to a bar down the street and had a beer to take the last of
the edge off after the drive and apartment hunt. When we returned we found we
had accidently locked the kitten in our room, we put her out but she was soon
at the door gain. Carmen’s love for cats overcame her and she brought the
little thing in to sleep with her.
next morning we awoke ...
... initial; list-style-image: initial; line-height: 1.4em; ">Area: 51,100 sq km (19,730 sq miles)
... just 6 of us so we got to spend more time looking through the telescope when there was wildlife to see although our guide wasn't as informative as some of the others so we ear-wigged a bit.
Immediately on starting the walk we saw a three-toed sloth coming down the tree for its weekly poo (they never go on the ground otherwise due to predators). To see it moving so slowly was surreal, it is like watching slow motion. Del was very pleased!
We saw lots of other ...