Tiskita Jungle Lodge
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... was the best I have ever tasted . Ellie never tasted Ceviche and she liked It a lot because she eat most of it. We shared the food we had. Ellie had Seafood Spaghetti and Pepsi and I had 6 lobster tail dinner and Peach juice.
We left the restaurant and went of looking for a adventure and we found a abandone house and lot of the ocean stream. We stopped and looked around and I decided to fish ...
... range from 80-85
degrees year round!
Ballena Beach Club access is included in
this rental. Ballena Beach Club has a restaurant, swimming pool, bar,
restrooms, beach parking, and a private access to the beach (Playa
Ballena in Marino Ballena National Park).
Convenient to delicious
restaurants in Uvita, Ojochal and Dominical, banks, grocery and
convenience stores, gas station, and ...
... stopped in Dominical for lunch at Tortilla Flats. Dominical is less touristy than many of the beaches, but still had quite a few tourists. There were many little stands selling jewellery and other trinkets. Jake had Chicken Casado (directly translated it means marriage) it is a mix of beans, rice, sweet plantains and chicken. I had fish tacos with refried beans - delicious. Steve helped us get my phone up and running. $2 for ...
... walking hand in hand.....who says oldies romance is dead! Unfortunately its not a romantic gesture at all, granny has been nailed by a stingray. Ammonia is needed to curb the pain. Having weed on Amandas leg to cure a jellyfish sting less than 7 days ago I offer my services. Luckily granny has a special ammonia stick for this specific purpose so Im off up the beach to grab it. Grandad and Stephen (who has run back with me) do an excellent job carrying granny to our shaded beach ...
So this is our 3rd week and we feel like we just arrived.... We took a drive to San Isidro the BIG city (40,000)for some supplies. Not easy but very interesting. We have seen wild life every place we go. The Chestnut mandibled Toucan and the Fiery billed Aracari visit us near our pool every day. The Howler monkey was at a ...