Pato Loco Inn
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... Kim and Pally. We didn't see any turtles and no hatchlings but the students singing kept us entertained. And especially as dag has this accent that is kind of a cross between Australian and a very bad English accent, that was funny. The one phrase I like is he kept saying 'chatter and natter' I'm a well posh English accent which was hilarious. Making breakfast in the morning for the 18 of us is gonna be fun. The journey awaits ...
... our luggage at this point. :( After the rainforest, we stopped at some hot springs; however, it wasn't quite what we were expecting. Think Vegas hotel and add pools of hot springs. There were like 20 different pools of varying temperatures with different themes - Mayan pyramids, volcanoes, sports bars, water park slides. It was crazy. We actually watched the US vs. Belgium game sitting on barstools in a hot springs pool. Crazy! (It helped ease the pain of the loss.) ...
... happening but I guess because it was a Monday night. The bartender at our hotel warned me that it would be a little dead during the week. What a waste -__- ... Anyway, we spent the rest of the night by out hotel pool and ordered some finger foods. It was surprisingly good and the restaurant at our hotel had great service. We stayed out, drank our beer, and ate some good food. What a great way to end the night. We didn't want to stay out too late cause we had to be up by 8 AM ...
... Volcano…which still hid in the clouds.
As we drove down the driveway to La Anita Finca (finca means farm) there were rows of young cacao trees, each with their own little shade tent, among young plantain
palms and tiny citrus trees. They were growing a new forest, a productive forest, in what once was pasture. We drove down along two ponds which Carlos said were for raising tilapia and then up again along ...
... goes. I know this sounds like sour grapes, given that drinks and food, along with various other activities, are included, but the gouging for internet is irritating since the food and drinks are not overwhelming in their quality. Oh, and neither hot tub is working.
This morning was actually quite fun. Yesterday evening we’d booked a horseback ride and a canopy tour. At eight in the morning we boarded a motorboat ...