Le Colibri Rouge
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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... we were wrapping up the tube patching operation, Dan noticed that Ed had a broken spoke—and, by the way, Frank had a loose one. So we went to a bakery for breakfast and waited an hour and a half for the bike repair shop across the street to open up. Spokes replaced and tightened by a competent mechanic, we eventually left town, feeling that we had the wheels and tires under control.
Fifteen kilometres later, Dan shifted a little past ...
... the pad is there mostly to keep the bananas from bruising.
Back at the processing plant we watched them wash and cut apart the bunches and pack them in boxes. The particular batch we saw were being sold individually to institutional customers like schools, prisons, and hospitals that don't need their bananas in bunches.
'A quest is something which dragon slayers set out on to save princesses from castles, by definition an epic journey to reap some kind of great reward. Today we embarked on a brave quest of our own ( deep dramatic voice). With an unclear map and two great brains we left our castle early in the morning in San Jose, and began our trip to Cahuita, roughly a 250 km drive which took us over 6 hours to complete. We rode our great ...
... under an electric blanket (which they have provided) with the cats curled up next to them. I think we are going to have some big shoes to fill when we return.
Last night, Vivian told me she missed Denver. I do too, baby. I do too. I asked her what she missed most, and she immediately said, "I miss my dogs, and my cats, and my tortoise, and my fish".
We'll be home soon Millhouser Menagerie!
... we shouldn't miss seeing a Caribbean town in Costa Rica. So we decided to head to Puerto Viejo, a town I visited nearly seven years ago and absolutely loved. We left Santa Teresa on February 21, and made the 13 hour journey by bus, ferry and two more buses to Puerto Viejo. Upon arriving, it didn't take long to realize that the locals love two things - Bob Marley and Ganja... you can smell it everywhere and you're often asked if ...