Alma Del Pacifico Beach Hotel & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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We had been in a bit of a dilemma about where to go next, we knew we were heading back towards the sea but should we go to the Caribbean coast or the Pacific coast. Tortuguero on the Caribbean is famous for turtles nesting on the beaches but it was slightly late for the leatherbacks and a bit early for the greens. It would also mean a bit of backtracking on our route so in the end we opted for the Pacific coast.
Manuel Antonio on ...
... you zipped up or down when you entered or left. The humidity was stifling, and of course no air conditioning.
This was not the Ritz Carlton for sure.
Later in the afternoon I went on a bird watching hike which was very enjoyable. Carolyn just wanted to chill out, so she spent her time reading her book, and thinking about St. Lucia.
The owner of Rafiki is a biologist, as is his wife and his brothers. His family immigrated from South Africa twenty ...
... cream, cumin and other mysterious ingredients that made it rich, consistent and creamy. Honestly, I’ve never had better. About halfway through the meal the music stopped, the cd changed, and guess what…Bonnie Tyler began singing; ‘It’s A Heartache’. Pito made Bananas Foster for our dessert, and we left feeling perfectly satisfied. I told Pito that we’d be back next year and he wished us a safe journey home.
... a small park, but one that is known worldwide for its enormous biodiversity. It is also a heavily visited park, and once a certain number of people enter, the gates are closed to visitors. Rafael urged us to move along promptly to make sure we gained admission. The park also has three nice beaches where it is possible to swim.
The main trail of the park was crowded with many different groups following their guides who all sported fancy ...
... In this case turned out to be a roadside fruit vendor. We stopped at his stand and all climbed out of our mini-van. He was selling plantains, tangerines, coconut water, and a milky-looking liquid in re-used one liter Fresca bottles. Several of our group purchased coconut water for 400 Costa Rican colones, about 80 cents in U.S. currency. He served the water by hacking off the top of a young coconut with his machete ...