Club Del Cielo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it wasn't the "true" Costa Rica experience at the beach, as there
were no monkeys to take your lunch. It was still beautiful, and the faculty had
a nice couple of hours away from the students and enjoyed some laughs and
cocktails, as well as some sun. I do believe I am at least one shade darker
than I was when I arrived, so that's fun.
On the way to the beach, we were surrounded by pop music and
boy bands as Jason played DJ ...
... their own environment .... "free as a bird". It seems as if every other house has a poor parrot locked up in a cage. I still don't understand the need to have a caged parrot. What would be required is a national campaign to stop this practice. The police stop traffic coming from most national parks to check for birds, but this does not stop the average citizen. It seems to be targeting large scale smugglers. Hopefully, people will realize the importance of nature ...
... have accommodated rock and film stars, luckily for us the GI mob had exclusives access for day tours, next was the obligatory shopping stop at a tourist outlet in the country I fib - there was one more stop, we asked Chris if we could go to a local supermarket - and he gladly obliged - we we're enthrall by the variety of goods sold there - everything from fresh meat to car tyres. Back at the dock, there was a local market, so we had time to peruse it before setting sail for ...
... communicating with Herman, the owner, for a few days as I had been enquiring about tyres. Anyway, he got one of his guys to tighten it correctly and didn't charge me. Thank you. He has been down to Patagonia a couple of times and did warn me that there may be a lot of snow at the time I am planning on being there !!!! Deep joy !!
On the way out there was a guy with a similar American jacket as mine and we got talking. He is a really nice young Costa Rican ...
... Our guide was a student at the local college studying to become an English Teacher. He had lived in the United States and spoke English well. The main road out of Puntarenas was along the coast thru many small communities that surrounded this important port in Costa Rica. Our guide’s knowledge of the area came from being a local resident for most of his thirty some years of life. Puntarenas was separated from the interior of the country which contained the ...