BEST WESTERN Hotel Villas Lirio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the pool was super refreshing. After lunch, we went to the beach from the first day and walked the shore, finding shells, snails and slugs. Mostly, I have crazy, funny stories to share from today, but seeing as the power just went out, I don't think I can share them now. For dinner, we had the last supper, because it was our last night together before meeting the host ...
... we glided along the beautifully quiet waters (it was just the 3 of us which made for an unforgettably intimate experience) he told us how his father had been a rice farmer on reclaimed mangrove swamp land until the 1970s, whereupon the eco-conscious Costa Rican government told him that the mangroves should be allowed to grow back and have compensated him in full for loss of earnings ever since, meaning he is comfortably off without doing a days work in 40 ...
Happy New Year! First things first: I've decided to keep a running tally of the number of cats spotted on this trip. So far, I have seen two. Meanwhile, I have also seen two sloths in the wild (!!). I expect I will see many more cats than sloths moving forward, but no complaints about the cat to sloth ratio right now. More on the sloths later. For now, an update of what we've been up to over the past five days in and around Manuel Antonio National Park. This ...
... setting, it is very hot and the road is very steep. We make it there eventually but completely soaked. After dinner we get back to the hotel and decide to enjoy a bottle of red wine while swimming in the pool. No people around, completely quiet and warm. Absolutely amazing. Cheers to the unforgettable adventure and the final night in Costa Rica.
... then dove to the bottom (15 meters, or about 45 feet!) three different times and brought up a sea urchin, and two different species of starfish - the first one was called a spider starfish, and the second one was very unique - our guide didn't know the name of it, and seemed genuinely excited about finding it. We got to hold all of them. The cool thing about the second starfish is that it left parts of its suckers on our hands when we were ...