Corteza Amarilla Lodge
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... a refrigerator and honestly seems like it may have just come off the show floor of Safari’s Are Us. It’s immaculately clean and extraordinarily comfortable (Especially compared to the taxi we took from the airport). Carlos is a bubbly native Costa Rican (Tico) that kisses his hellos to Diane and Sara, whom he has met on a previous trip, quickly says hello to us all, and immediately begins loading our gear onto the bus. In a matter of minutes we are basking in ...
... and a pool was a nice way to start the journey. Had a nice burger in the hotel restaurant and managed to hold on until 9pm before passing out from exhaustion. James already has a plan to get up for a 7:30am start to get a bus to La Fortuna. Sounds early but the jetlag has meant I've been awake since half 4 and I'm currently ...
... brother) was informed of her release back to his family home this coming Monday. The fact that she will be home (3 doors down) for Easter has lifted a very dark cloud from this house and the sense of relief is overwhelming. I bought her the cutest crocheted beanie today with pom-poms dropping off the end of the triangles that cover her ears as a coming home present but alas... I left it on the bus! ...
... took their advice and the next day, our last day on the continent, we headed to
Playa Hermosa (Beautiful Beach) for a day in the sun just chilling out. It
wasn’t a huge beach and the sand didn’t compare to Tulum but we enjoyed
ourselves and I tried to make the most of the sun before we hit minus degrees
in North America.
So, the next day we headed to the capital by bus and found a
great hostel which we would recommend to anyone as it ...
... hangs down into a clay pot and slowly drips liquid GOLD. We needed to a taxi and two buses just to get to the pottery store, but it was absolutely worth it. Afterwards, Natalia toured us around the pedestrian center which is a large area of the downtown core that is blocked off for pedestrians to shop, eat, listen to live music ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility