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... boarding the bus (poor maths skills on my count). The bus was surprisingly nice, air conditioned and leather reclining seats made the 8 hour journey pretty painless - unfortunately my muscle relaxant I took kicked in too late so by the time we grabbed dinner and a couple of drinks at Witch's Rock I was ready for bed. The next day we headed to the beach in the blistering heat, promptly got burnt and then enjoyed the Happy Hour cocktails ...
... seated in first class and only 10 of the 20 seats up there were full. We landed at Liberia airport right on time at 12:15 local time (we are 1 hour behind) and cleared customs and got our bags all in about 10 minutes flat. The airport is brand new and very efficient which is very possible when you only have 4 gates.
We prearranged transportation to the hotel through a local tour company called Guanacaste Viaje. Our driver was very polite and this gave ...
... they would do it to over 21's. We chose to hire a small 4x4 Diahatsu Terrios as the roads, even though they were significantly better than others we had been on, some where steep and off road track around La Fortuna area. We opted to rent the car for 3 days and return it to San Jose the capital city of Costa Rica. After we sorted the car out we could chill out for the day as everything was sorted for the next few days. We headed out to the beach, 1st one ...
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The gentleman who helped us warned us away from the place we'd seen, saying it was a roasting and packaging facility and we wouldn't seen any coffee plants. The problem is that Guanacaste as a region is not overly suited to the production of coffee. Almost all the coffee plantations are in the more mountainous regions. Nevertheless, he mentioned that he had a friend who could show us a ...
... Noosa. Most people here speak American (as we all know, they don't really speak proper English now do they!) and so everything was easy, from ordering things at eateries to buying things at shops, it was refreshingly simple.
Our time here was so relaxing that we were a little reluctant to leave, but since we had a strict itinerary, we simply had to move on to Santa Elena where the forest awaited us! Our last ditch effort of spotting the elusive Sloth was on the horizon!