Corteza Amarilla Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We have learned that the sun rises and sets at about 5:30 every day, so we'll see how THAT goes. Up next: dinner and then preparing for a small plane ride over the jungle tomorrow morning to our next destination, Puerto Jimenez on the Osa peninsula. Follow along on your map ...
Next stop: Monteverde (once I got there! My hostel guy told me about the 2 buses I needed to take, but he apparently got the times mixed up (something which turns out is very common in Costa Rica), as I ended up waiting a long time at a bus stop in La Irma, which apparently doesnt have a town but only a petrol station and the bus stop. It was pretty interesting waiting there and observing the locals come and wait for their buses, including kids with mouths ...
After many hours and very little sleep. We made it. We're still missing a couple bags, but we are all happy to be here. We've spent some time with the kids and orienting ourselves with the property...and now we're sitting down to a great meal...so I must go eat.
Some stories to come later tonight.
Shirley drove us o the airport. We've been fighting or not talking much for the last two days. She's been moody and I've been impatient. We got to the airport and rox and don jose were waiting for us. Drive us home. Marce and sara were home. Marce had arrived from china earlier that day. After dinner don jose and myself went for a ...
... of benefits to traveling with small children in Costa Rica.
- It is cheaper to travel with small kids compared to big kids. In Costa Rica, hotels, restaurants, tour operators, and ferries have without exception waived the cost for children under 5.
· When the girls are being cute, people are more inclined to extend a helping hand or to strike up a friendly conversation. Costa Ricans are also very good at turning a blind eye ...