Cabinas Los Laureles
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and did not feel we could cross without getting our feet wet.
We were enjoying watching the birds when all of a sudden a man appeared and had apparently crossed the creek further up the side of the road. Said our hellos and when we started walking back saw him out in a field calling up the cattle there. Was counting them and kept on calling until he was satisfied he had them all.
Two days ago we made it to Uvita, and already this hot, humid city by the beach has become our home. We've learned more about our wealth in the last couple of days than we could hope to in a lifetime of making money and sleeping in warm beds. We've helped an impoverished community in Uvita to put walls up in their homes and to dig a trench to keep rain water away from their houses. The students have opened their eyes and their hearts. They are thankful for what ...
... can slide right down it into the cold pool below. Had tons of fun there with the other travellers and some local kids. On our way we ran into Andre and Yanna, some Canadian friends we met on the beach in Montezuma and had a nice chat with them over lunch. In the afternoon we went to the beach to swim and enjoy another spectacular Costa Rican sunset. We made coconut curry for dinner and just hung ...
... br> One night we thought it would be a good idea to walk to the other side of the park and have dinner, then walk back along the beach to our hostel. We left Flutterby around 4:30pm, got to a soda around 5, ordered dinner, got eaten alive by noseeums, finished dinner and headed back around 6 – just as the sun was sinking low. After a few minutes on the beach walk towards Flutterby I had a sinking feeling. The beach was nearly empty, it was ...
... mashed potatoes. It was so much food and absolutely delicious. We had the opportunity to interact and with the people from their church. It was great. A lot of them knew only a "little English" which translates to a lot of English. They made us a banner that has a cross on it with all of their handprints and names. We also gave them cross key chains with our names and contact info on it. We were all drained, but also filled by the time we returned to the bungalows. It was a great ...