Le Colibri Rouge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Colibri Rouge Cahuita
Los dueños Franceses son los más hospitalarios de todo Costa Rica. Tuvimos un problema con el pago y confiaron en nuestra palabra de pagarles al llegar a nuestro país. Nos recomendaron lugares de interé y el desayuno era incluido.
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Our driver, Freddie, soon showed up with a really big white van, and we loaded all of our bags in the back. Then we were on our way! We were headed about a half hour away to the Toucan Ranch Rescue Center. This surprised us because our itinerary said we'd be driving three hours to the Caribbean coast and then doing a night hike. So we weren't exactly prepared to do anything right away. But that was fine, we were all happy to not have a three hour drive right away.
... and Red Dog one day stopping at different spots and swimming in the warm Caribbean sea. We stopped and watched a family of monkeys play in the trees and a big golden sloth work its way up a tree. I can say now there are cool people in Melbourne and its a place I want to check out. They introduced us to Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum and the Facebook page: Blokes and their ice-creams. The skateboarding documentary, All This Mayhem, was highly recommended by Angus more than ...
... morning on the local bus in search of a travel guide of this place. Not so many great things listed in the farmers guide- as to
what we where hoping for, not even sure of the date it was published - does not say anywhere!!!!
Dan got talking to Jean, who suggested we could stay here for longer. She however would want to make us more comfortable and offered us a two bedroom house for the same price as this place - we move ...
... our stable, looking for any easy exit from this kingdom, only to realize that we lost our way, the edge of the kingdom we could not find. A mere 3 hours later, we found our way to the outer reaches and commenced our travel through, what we thought must have been the Black Forest.
As we drew nearer we soon discovered that there was no turning back. Many obstacles were encountered, from great ...
... they have? (possibly similar the the EU and non-EU queues we have).
After getting our exit stamp, we have to cross a bridge with loose boards on the floor. There were many gaps in the floor so extra attention was needed to not fall into the river below - It's a pretty cool way to cross a border. On the other side was the standard immigration, with again the locals pushing in.
All of that done with, we boarded a bus to the ...