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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... was absolute ****, and I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND renting a GPS if anyone visits. We eventually found where we were going, but it was quite the journey. When alls said and done, Costa Rica was a cool country, but it's not really high on my list to visit again. I would go back to Roatan, Belize, and Panama before I visit Costa Rica again. Now saying that, I would still recommend anybody go to Costa Rica at least once because it is a cool place to visit. Until next ...
... We headed out surfing and between my mood and my sore neck I had a hard time keeping my head in it. There is nowhere else I would rather be though than out in the waves, sitting on my board, and visiting with Rodrigo. A photographer came and was able to take pictures of me getting up a few times and he got Rodrigo too. After surfing, we agreed we would go again tomorrow morning. I went to eat dinner and had chifrijo. It was huge and ...
... site it was time for lunch. Afterwards we set off in groups of 8 in our rubber rafts down the lazy river under instruction of our guides who thankfully knew how to keep us out of the trees. There were a few stretches of white water but nothing too scary and overall we had a very pleasant time bobbing along for a couple of hours. The bus collected us a few miles down river so we didn't have to paddle back to the start and ...
Everyday begins early here. It's dark at 5:30pm and gets light around the same time in the mornings. By the time 8:30pm rolls around, I'm tired and am in bed reading. (Not much is new, huh?)
As usual, I was up by 6:15am this morning and the boys were already gone, off to meet their fishing captain about 100 yards down the beach. The boats launch right from the beach into the surf. A half-day trip was planned ...
... French but when we married up our near term travel plans with official languages, Spanish was going to be a much better choice. With the decision made, and not having seen a TV infomercial she didn't take at face value, DH immediately converted one of her many birthday gifts into a Rosetta Stone Spanish-For-Latin-America package...which remained largely unopened until we left on this latest adventure. And why didn't I make use of the CD's you ask? I was ...