Hotel Borinquen Mountain Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Rincon de La Vieja National Park
So, onward to the unknown. After our relaxing yet exhilarating days in Arenal, we travelled west to the area known as Rincon De La Vieja. During our bus journey our driver decided that to make up for his unnatural unwelcome, he would treat us to a stop off to take some photos of some typical Costa Rican wildlife. First up, was a bunch of possum/raccoon type animals who were munching literally in the middle of the road. Next up, and how he spotted this ...
... ceviche as an appetizer and man was it ever good. For our main course I had a huge steak while Gina had pasta with smoked salmon. My meal was great while Gina's was a bit too salty but still tasty. We were stuffed and ready for bed afterwards so we made the long walk back to the hotel one last time and had an early night. Our group has a cold going around with lots of people hacking and coughing. I had it much earlier in the trip and aside from the odd cough ...
... the good English
sitcoms would be on. I watched The Big Bang Theory and Friends with the sweet little
girl kitty purring away in my lap. It was dark and had cooled off considerable
with the light breeze that had picked up. I feared the cold shower. Turned out
this shower had an electrically heated shower head...not a hot shower but warm,
and a whole lot more pleasant than the cold ones I was getting in Upala. After a
shower I joined Ernesto and ...
hour and half, and we are below sea level here. Once the pies came out I left
them to cool and prepared coffee, ran to the corner store for some vanilla ice cream
and made a sweet buttered rum sauce to drizzle over the top.
It was all a big hit! I promised to translate and print the
recipe before leaving.
Sunday was supposed to be a day with the girls at Cano
Negro, but unfortunately Tanya’s sister fell ill and she had to rush to ...
... 20 pages but in Spanish) to submit to the Costa Rica Ministry of Agriculture and maybe, really hopefully, a third version for publication (around 50 pages) in a Peer reviewed journal. I think I will invest in a new desk chair when I get home because I am going to be typing A LOT!
I will be going to Siempre Verde again on Friday to facilitate a workshop on canning. ...