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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tarantula, which are smaller than the females, and he was out prowling at night looking for a female. Well he certainly knew where to find females, just not the right kind. They released him behind the Butterfly Garden and we can only hope he had better luck finding a female that was more his type!
We are so appreciative of those who came to see us! It is a long journey to get here, and we are grateful we had the chance to share this special place with them.
... beans and rice) at our hotel we left to go on a guided cloud forest walk which criss-crossed the continental divide. We saw a stick insect and some other Costa Rican insects. After this we went to zip-line over the forest canopy. Because of my shoulder injury I did the first 3 cable with a guide to break for me. Then I did the last 2 with Anthony as there was a breaking mechanism on the cable. One of these was 1590 meter long. What a ...
... of $20 each per day when travelling. As we have found Costa Rica quite expensive I am not sure how they will manage to do anything here with that budget!
We were on our way again soon but not for long as the others wanted to buy some strawberries on the way. After stopping a couple of times they finally found some and we were on our way again. We arrived back in San Jose with 15 minutes to get our next bus. We jumped in a taxi to the next bus station (our 5th now in ...
... turned to me and asked if I was Australian! I laughed and said no I was English and she said she loved my accent. Then one of the others said 'I'm sorry to talk about stereotypes but do you watch doctor who' 'no' 'Sherlock Holmes' 'no, and I don't drink tea either'. I think I disappointed them!! Thankfully they discovered I quite like crumpets and that seemed to satisfy them! We didn't get back until 9pm by which point we were exhausted but it was so ...
... tedious, add to that the actual volume of traffic on the streets a possible power outage (there were power lines across the road) and some talk of demonstrations that have been going on for a while blocking some of the major roads and you have a pandemonium. After the second hour you just had to sit back and enjoy the ride - no one could have predicted it and the driver and guide were as exasperated as the ...