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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Even though we weren't fed any meal on our flight with Alaska, the flight was smooth and getting though the airport was easy peasy! So once we got to the car rental place, we were surprised to hear that we would need car insurance costing $450 on top of the car rental we already paid for. Eek! That's ok, we have a 4x4 Suzuki and it's better to be …
... an almost one hour journey, we finally made it to our destination, 10 mins drive away from Liberia - yes, Google Maps had once again managed to get us all confused, but the great thing was we had the help of our accommodation whose simple directions consisted of '600 meters from the bridge'. All in all, we couldn't complain as it was free, plus drivers in Costa Rica always add in a little value for money by giving you facts about the country, pointing ...
... in my head telling me not go farther or to stop climbing because I was going to break my neck. It was really scary, but it was so worth it. Oh, and after the waterfall, we went back to town and spent the afternoon exploring. To say that you always feel wet with sweat is an understatement. It's soooooooooo hot and humid. After lunch we went to a fruiterķa and a panaderķa (fruit store and bread shop) and the fruit was soooo good. ...
... latte's over a fresh berry breakfast; a bike ride around the point for a spot of surfing; some hammock time with a favourite book; falafel lunch at Pita Bonita (I love that name!); a few beers in our treehouse accommodation and a trip up to the 'city' (there are three streets up there) for some dinner and rum cocktails well into the evening. It is a tough life.
After a week of hanging at the beach we decided to head inland ...
... too taxing. The biggest problem you had was getting stuck on a rock which i experienced a few times. A prkblem easily solved if you have Peni hurtling behind you at a rate of knots. Ott asked one of the guides if these were grade 2 or 3 rapids. The question was answered with a perplexed look and then an explanation that they were, in fact, vrade 1. Oh. After getting back we had lunch at the hacienda. Had a nice surprise to find ...