Hotel Pacifico Lunada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and got it half way up and then Marcus help the rest of the way. All in all the group got 5 grouper and one croacker. On the way back in they put all the trolling lines out and sure enough hooked something. Zach had the honor of bringing in a sail fish, it was amazing.
Once back we waited and waited for the taxi they called to come and get us. Luckily there was a guard there at the pier and he called us another. As far as Mr ...
... 50 yards ahead the overtaking car had been stopped by a police car, which just happened to be ahead of the lorry at the time of the accident and had obviously seen the car driver's manoeuvre and failure to stop. Driving in Costa Rica requires nerves of steel. Overtaking is permitted on both sides and speed limits appear to be ignored, generally. Cars drive bumper-to-bumper and there appear to be quite a few accidents. Despite Costa Ricans being so ...
... we saw them coming down from very tall trees and we saw the entrances to the nest further on still. Rayner (rye-ner) pointed out fire ants to us and their symbiotic relationship to a certain tree. The ants fight off most other insects which keeps the tree healthy. They only allow one species of bird and one other insect into the area around the tree. The ground at the base of these trees is kept clear by the ants. ...
... until Tuesday night (ahead of returning to school on Wednesday). At this meeting I discovered I would be running the workshops in Damas with Cathy (a lovely mature aged volunteer). Following this meeting I asked her if she would like to sit with me and go through the ideas that I had come up with for the workshop on Friday. She however informed me that she already had ideas for the workshop so she didn't need anymore, thanks. What a slap in the face and ...
After originally not planning to spend much time in Costa Rica, we decided to join our new French friends who we we met on the yacht and see a bit more of Costa Rica.
First on the list was the border crossing from Panama to Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo, which involved a closed bridge due to a strike and walking across the bridge between borders ...