Cabinas Los Laureles
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tomorrow, we will leave our little paradise in Uvita and head to the airport. We will enjoy one last frolick on the beach, a little more shopping, and a final bus trek with Coto, our beloved driver who has so far safely paraded us throughout the country down winding roads, over one-lane bridges, and past slow-moving drivers pulling open trailers of horses. We've enjoyed so many wonderful experiences here in Costa. We've pushed ourselves on treacherous adventures and ...
Today I had a mini road trip with two lovely lads from the Netherlands, Neils and Lirst. They dropped me off in Uvita on their way further south. I visited the national park there, which is a beach and nature reserve for turtles, unfortunately not the turtle season! The beach has a natural whale fin shaped sand bank where two coves meet, the tide was in so didn't quite get the whale fin photo. I ...
... you know, for couples. The friend was right and now there are several on the property. After struggling for a few years to build the business Flutterby got the nod from Lonely Planet, Rough Guide and TripAdvisor. The rest is history and now the sisters have more business than they planned for.
Flutterby and a few other hostels are located near the south end of the Marina Ballena (Whale) National Park - a pristine stretch of beach that fans out ...
... study) to lots of people waiting for us at the church. We come to find out that they host an English class on Wednesday nights and invited everyone to stay and hang out with the Americans. We started in the church where Adam and Celicia welcomed us (with Fredy and Cecilia's daughter translating). Then we went to the kitchen and patio (which was outside because of the indoor/outdoor living thing). They fed us a delicious authentic Costa Rican meal of grilled chicken, ...
... attempts, the trailor and boat came unstuck and was driven of the beach. The most surprising thing was that it was a professional dive boat operation - you'd think they would be better prepared for problems.
We broke the walk back to the hotel by stopping at a cafe for an ice cappuchino with real, thick cream and a shot of Baileys thrown in for good measure. Really tasty and filling enough to keep us going until ...