Hotel Los Pinos
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... took photos as his servant Angela paddled on. The area is teeming with birds - osprey, egret, motmot, kingfisher and various flavours of heron to name but a few. Despite the change in vehicle, one thing was still the same and that was the mad dash to reach our destination before darkness. As usual, we failed and with the cries of the howler monkeys being drowned out by the crashing waves, we were aiming our kayaks at the dim and distant light on the ...
... the government, who he said had given him an 18,000 Cordoba electricity bill, which he had protested, was completely unfounded. He didn't say what happened eventually, after he had made an appeal. Anyway, his boss turned up and was a giant bald headed guy from Alabama and he was quite a dictatorial type. He told me that he had a son in Anchorage, Alaska whom he hadn't seen in 7 years. After a few rum and cokes and a substantial potato salad 'snack', I went back to the hotel (one block away).
... Rhea Lynn and I had a fish, grilled whole of course, with lime and hot sauce, rice and weird tomato something... It was perfect. I squealed after every bite. I love food. I love food. I LUB FOOOOOOD!
Back on the boat it started to downpour... Hard! Rather than curl up inside I stood on the front of the boat with my arms outstretched and my face pointed up screaming I LUB RAIN! Ok... I didn’t scream that, but I did stand at the front ...
... at the same place Gina and I had breakfast. The food was again really great. After lunch our tour leader took us on a tour through town. It was around 38C out and much hotter in the sun so we sort of jumped from shade to shade. The highlight was probably the hammock factory that provides jobs to the deaf and the blind. You could get a custom made hammock shipped home but we weren't quite sure what to do with it once there. After the tour we ...
Us girls beat the boys into San José by about an hour. While we were waiting, we were informed that we wouldn't be able to take a bus until the next morning since all of the bus offices were closed. Once the guys caught up to us, we were able to finalize a hostel reservation in San José and grab taxis. We stayed in hostel backpackers, a really big hostel and we all got a decent sleep. The next morning we got up early ...