Vista Bahia Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Vista Bahia Beach Resort Gulf of Papagayo
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... sweet little house that is painted turquoise with dark green trim. His brother Johnny lives here too with his BEAUTIFUL, cheeky, little girl Kendra. Their house has cement floors and the roof is tin. There is 2 walls separating the rooms. and little colorful curtains cover the doors. It is perfect. Simple. We had gallo pinto for breakfast... I could eat gallo pinto every day... oh and it came with avacado... AGAIN... only this time it was picked fresh from the backyard. ...
... but like most places we stay at in Puerto Jimenez there are no mosquito nets so take precautions accordingly. Dengue Fever is a serious threat that is spreading worldwide because travelers fail to apply repellant, get bit and show symptoms one to two weeks later which are often not identified as Dengue, and take it back to their home country where local mosquitos can spread it. See CDC on the web for more info.
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... In the Gardens, there were plants from around the world includingh numerous irises,orchids and palms . we ate some frsh figs which were tasty . Ariandra took us into the orchid greenhouse which was quite amazing with orchids from around the world, large and small. . We hiked in the Reserve which includes ...
... group and continue hiking. We came to a large Fig tree that we had seen before, but this time we decided to climb it! This type of Fig is called a Strangler Fig and it is a parasitoid. This means that the fig tree comes in, overwhelms the tree that existed in the first place and takes it place in the forest (eventually killing it). As you can see from the pictures, the tree appears to be hollow with a tall clear space in the ...
... was conducting the Great Green T-shirt Experiment – he only had one with him and made it last 3 days!! We all met up at the bar before dinner, and then went in for our meal. I forgot to say that Rita and I had solved the alcohol problem and managed to acquire some wine for the last 2 nights! Rita and Tim kept us entertained with stories about their pet African Grey Parrot, Mister Padoo – he sounds a real character.