Hotel Domus Kahuna
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A short flight from Guatemala, we flew into San Jose - our first stop to join our group trip with G Adventures. We were a group of 16 people - mainly American's, a few Canadians and one other Aussie - they were all really fun people - which was a relief!
First night in San Jose we experienced our first earthquake! We woke up to our room shaking and people shouting - we had no idea what it was until our tour guide told us the next morning! Crazy - no one ...
... here to call a cab. We walked in and looked around and when no one said anything, we decided what the hell? Might as well live it up like the other half. What a delightful experience. Surrounded by so much greenery - the place was great. So many private pools, hot and cool. There was even a wide waterfall with hot coals behind it. The waterfall holds in the steam, making it a sauna like experience. After that we headed ...
... a good time. We then headed to Tamarindo to surf. My legs are still wobbly from Chirripo - this involves difficulty going down stairs and sitting down. I opted to just rent a board and get an upper body workout while Jake took lessons. He's excited that he's starting to get the hang of it. I caught some decent shots of him surfing and some great shots of the sunset. This place must be a photographers dream. Despite it being ...
... tree-tops, though if there were any animals around I went by too fast to spot them. At one point, they had me sit in Ben’s lap on the way down, both of us individually attached to the cables, but only he got to brake if we went too quickly. So not only did I have no control, but I was going backwards as well!
Now we’re back in the hotel room, letting our irritation at the way this hotel is run dissipate before we head out to find an ...
... each present was bought. After an hour or so Ott went to prepare the nibbles we had bought in Liberia.
Unfortunately the heavens opened at about 10. It rained pretty hard and looked pretty constant but it cleared up at about 1.
Everybody started to arrive at about 3, which is the time that I got ready, purposefully leaving it as late as possible so that I wouldn't melt before everything kicked off due to a combination of the heat and nerves. Thankfully ...