Cabinas Los Laureles
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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While in Uvita, we have also been soaking in the sun on the beach. Yesterday, we took surfing lessons at Playa Dominical and all of the students had success in standing on their boards. Today, we spend the afternoon walking up and down the beach, soaking in the warm, tropical waters, and collecting sand dollars and sea shells. We even found out first hand that Sting Reys frequent tropical waters like these. Later in the afternoon, ...
... Rica because we'd be near the coast. Our first stop of the day was the gas station, just to be sure we filled up before things might close. Then we took our first u-turn to go the other way on the costenera ( the coast road) towards Uvita. We made note of lots of mile markers and roads that might have some hidden gems up the hill overlooking the water. We arrived in Uvita ready for lunch but saw that we would have to pay to ...
... them to visit a man name Ronald. He was in a motorcycle accident last year (this is something which is quite common in Costa Rica as cars are so expensive - pretty much double the price of the States). Ronald is currently paralyzed. He had been receiving physical therapy from the government, but they decided to stop the services. A nurse that works with him can tell that he has the ability to walk and move again because of the different twitch movements and whatnot ...
... and it was a lot cheaper than we expected. However, for some reason, none of the credit cards were working. Thankfully we had enough cash on us to pay for it. Fredy was a bit afraid. Meanwhile the rain started coming like none other. The humidity here is crazy. We got everything unpacked and have been hanging out. The crazy thing is how dark it gets so early here. It was dark by 6:30. We will do a devotion, worship, and small group this evening before a very early morning ...
... br> The hostel was owned by a German couple who came here on vacation, and decided they weren't gonna go home. Instead, they built a little jungle paradise here in Uvita, where a two-story house, surrounded by lily pad ponds, rainforest, spider monkeys and a hidden waterfall in the back, served also as a money generating lodge that supported their family here in Costa Rica. It was an amazing hideaway to lounge ...