La Laguna del Lagarto Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... re used to), but after the practice ride, it's probably better to just ride with plain old tennis shoes so we're more flexible to exit the bike quickly if needed. Next step was another short drive to the town of San Ramon, for some supplies, and then about another 45 minute drive following "the route of the ox-cart" up a mountain to a "rain forest canopy." We had a typical CR lunch, and then ...
... spot, but we weren't quite sure how to go the reverse direction or where the stop for it would be. Well now that you mention it we didn't know which bus it was either. After standing there for a few minutes not really sure what to do, we headed down another road to see if there was a stop there. Still no stop in sight but a few cabs driving by. Okay not what we planned but at least we could get back. If we get a cab, where are we headed? This is when we determine how unprepared we ...
... held a boa constrictor around his neck. We also had a taste of old Costa Rica when we saw a mock Costa Rican house, rode on an oxen cart, and tried a (sickly) sweet, hot traditional drink called Tico made from sugar cane. After a delicious lunch buffet including some sweet plantains and more fresh fruit, we headed for the falls. It began to rain again but it was such a fine mist that it kept us cool for our hike but by the end we were soaking wet and ready to ...
... We were away for 43 days while visiting 3 countries, 4 if you include Hong Kong. We flew on 12 flights, sat in 10 different airports, spent 58 hours in planes, slept in 18 different beds, drank hundreds of bottles of water, and traveled in taxis, planes, bullet trains, subways, local buses, double-decker buses, tuk-tuks, bamboo rafts, kayaks, ferries, private cars, bicycle rickshaws, tour buses, local trains, jeeps, gondolas, trams, motorcycle, and ...
I'm really not much of a writer or a blogger, in fact just the words "essay" and "write.." usually sends me running so all you grammer nazi's please excuse the mistakes that i am bound to have made. But for the sake of my family who are wondering if I'm still alive and what the hell I've been doing, here you can find everything (okay not everything) about my life right now. From the crazy busy and bustling streets of San Jose to the quiet rural lifestyle of Pital, I can ...