Lodge Ylang Ylang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Lodge Ylang Ylang Province of Puntarenas
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... much on par with anything else we would get in Montezuma. And the price of food!!! Geez, that will break the bank for you. A glass of cheap wine puts you back $6 US, a local beer $2.50. Breakfast or a simple lunch is $12. Milk for your coffee costs an extra 50 cents. So far, unless you rent a house and eat at home most of the time, you are going to spend as much on food per day as you do on your lodging. But even if you did cook for yourself all the time, even ...
... lush forest and extremely small villages. Every village had a soccer field in the middle, just like we have arenas in towns in Canada. We only travelled about 40km total but couldn't go over 20km/h as the road was so rough. At one point I got out of the car to take a picture and as I bent down to creep forward, a MASSIVE snake moved. For those of you that don't know how terrified I am of snakes, this was a moment when I ran straight to the car without looking in either ...
... noisy French Poodle escaped the safety of the beach-side cabin. Checking to be sure that her tail ball was full and white as a snowball, she ventured deep into the jungle, yipping and barking as she trotted proudly. Suddenly, she met the ocelot. The ocelot decided that Fifi should stay for dinner. The end. (I love happy endings). Hot dogs in condoms. We’d bought a package of hot dogs in Montezuma and a bag of buns. It was my turn to cook. I dropped 5 dogs into water ...
... night for dinner.
Ok, I hope you all enjoy your day as I know for a fact, we will. Bye for now.
September 9, 2013
We rented a quad for the day on Saturday so we had the opportunity to go into town and shop at the farmers market. It was sparce but we bought everything we could to continue the good eating kick. We still have not had a meal outside of our home.
We rode to another town called Cabuya which ...
... ceilings. The dining room is one of the prettiest rooms I have ever entered, with the windows opening to the valley of San Jose. On the property is a large guanacaste tree, which is truly the stuff of fairy tales. Every room has a balcony overlooking the pool with vistas of San Jose just beyond. All of the employees, without exception, are charming. The maid introduced herself to me (and complimented my daughters, which always curries favor ...