Club del Sol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... done anything here - just not much in terms of the local culture. The day we returned from our weekend with the Chans, we had a great experience with our Spanish teacher, Augusto. We ran into him as we were walking past the school and he invited us to come with him and his family at night to do a hike that takes us to a lookout to see the sunset. We were so grateful for the invitation because we had tried to do this hike a couple weeks prior, ...
... was a local gentleman working up there that took time to visit with us about what we were looking at. Once again lots of getting the gist of what was being said and just enjoying his apparent pleasure in telling us all sorts of things about the area.
Just like so many other places in Costa Rica, some of the prime real estate is being bought by foreigners ...
... sea day. Today we saw so many dolphins swimming along, it was awesome I think Mark managed to get some good photos. We are currently sailing along the coast of Panama and tomorrow morning we will commence our passage of the Panama Canal which turns 100 this August. They are currently expanding with additional two sets of locks due to be completed in 2015. We had a form left in our room so we could order a champagne breakfast on our balcony so we can watch the process of the ...
... turquoise shirt. I wanted some of the jewelry she was selling but they were a little expensive and decided not to.
Photography was about street photography today. We went Orotina, which was a little Costa Rican town. We went to the market and Carlos was teaching me about the importance of using the appropriate iso (100-200 for outdoor shots, while at least 1600 for indoor shots). It was really fun shooting people, especially the two ...
... snowy egrets, and other different kinds of birds.
We drifted further up the river, and there were sand pipers, northern jacanas, amazon and green kingfishers, egrets of many kinds and then there was a falcon standing on the bank near a crocodile with some missing teeth.
"There's Hugo Chavez with his missing teeth, because he fought with George Bush," exclaimed our guide while pointing to a nearby smaller crocodile. "We have so many crocodiles ...