Lodge Ylang Ylang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and they turned out quite delicious. Made a dipping sauce and also used the ginger sauce we had bought. Next time we make them, think will add a piece of lettuce to the roll to help hold the veggies in the roll.
Worked on stories in the afternoon in the "chill room". So thankful for this area because the sun is coming into our room and it gets quite hot in there in the afternoon! Cleaned up and went to Nativo for dinner. Had the ...
... amazing day. Time for bed! Monday 3 November 2014 I managed to sleep until 8am this morning, that kind of caught me off guard! The latest sleep I've managed so far!! I made some porridge, topped with some many tropical fruits, I missed the kitchen (for that whole week that I've been away....), so that was fun! And we sat outside (as usual!) in the beautiful jungle. We headed out for a walk again, this time going in a different direction - North up the beach. It was ...
... on the streets with nowhere to go we decided to shack up in the seriously shady town of Puntarenas, knowing we could get up and on the first ferry out of there. The beach was calling our names but it would have to wait until the following day. The alarm couldn't have gone off sooner, we couldn't wait to get up and out of the horrible dump of a town we were in, but it was a means to an end. We boarded the 5am ferry and sat and watched the sun come up over the pacific coast glowing ...
... towers everywhere and everyone has cell phones....everyone except US because we are not residents. Much tougher for us to get a phone and big price tag for us. A local can get a free smart phone and service costs $20 bucks a month. We can pay a local to go get a cell phone for us, because they will give the same guy as many smart phones as they have in stock, no questions asked, but it really won't benefit us because ...
... a park but offers only organic veggies and treats. Kinda crunchy down here but like it. It works!
Sunday, we left early in the morning and set off to cross the Nicoya Peninsula. To say the least, the trip was way hairier than I would have ever expected. The steepness of the cliff we had to traverse on this quad was insane. At one point, we were sliding down a hill at a dead stop because of the gravel and rock. It was at that point ...