Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Plantation & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... indicating to the king vulture to come and have the first meal on whatever the dead animal may be. After around an hour we head back towards the river estuary and the mangrove swamps, we see roseate spoonbills making their nest, ibis, boat billed heron, egret, gallinule and lots of other pretty birds. Also baby crocs hiding in the safety of the mangroves. Caracara and white kite share a tree overlooking the river. We head back and catch our taxi back to cerro lodge ...
... and tomorrow (Friday) also, then reopen for the weekend. Not sure why these two days are more holy than Saturday and Sunday, but it limits us to staying close to home for another day at least.
On Friday we determined that the Walmart just past the Escazu Mall was open and we were curious as well as desperate for a couple of insulated glasses we had been unable to find elsewhere, which are pretty important for drinks by a pool. ...
... re used to), but after the practice ride, it's probably better to just ride with plain old tennis shoes so we're more flexible to exit the bike quickly if needed. Next step was another short drive to the town of San Ramon, for some supplies, and then about another 45 minute drive following "the route of the ox-cart" up a mountain to a "rain forest canopy." We had a typical CR lunch, and then ...
... him. But he is very nice. Today was also Mami Kattya's birthday so after school Sofi and I went to get her cake. And let me tell you. This was an adventure. The way I understood it was that we were going to the aunts house to pick up the cake. Nope. We went to the aunts house to wait for a cousin (?) to pick us up in this super sketchy car and drive us to Cartago to pick up the cake. Not only are the roads very small here, but they do not stop at stop ...
... except zip line day) so we didn't mind so much. Next we headed around the coast of Manuel Antonio around the large islands and past the beaches. It was a beautiful view of the surrounding area from out in the sea. The boat we were on was playing latin american music and were served up some tasty cocktails. Next we headed towards the coral reef to snorkel. Little did we know this was pretty much right in front of our hotel and we probably could have ...