Le Colibri Rouge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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... place and hopefully a nicer accomodation. Costa Rica has had its moments. It's nothing compared to how much we have loved Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua though. Panama brings another country and more great experiences. Best moment: getting to speak to our best buds over Skype Worst moment: realising that we had nobody to celebrate Australia Day with Banana moment: getting to see 2x wild sloths within half an hour and not taking a camera when we saw the ...
... because there wasn't anything else I thought I'd like. I asked for it medium-rare, but I think it was more like extra-rare. It was very good, though. Mom got a whole red snapper and didn't realize it would be the entire fish, eyes and all.
We got back to the hotel pretty late again, so there wasn't much time for blogging or anything.
Daily bird count = 16
Daily life bird count = 11
Trip bird count = 20
Trip life bird count = 14
... quickly that each plant has only one bunch of fruit, and they spend most of their life covered with a blue plastic bag. This protects the bananas from the harsh tropical sun and allows them all to ripen at the same time. Their life cycle is pretty complicated, with lots of human intervention for marketing purposes. The most important thing seems to be protecting the fruits from ...
... is always more that needs to happen, and faster. It absolutely begs the question of how much is simply enough, and why it is that we would ever tolerate and feed the beast of "bigger, better, faster, more." Many other thoughts swirl as we prepare to cross the border into Panama, but it's time to wrap this up and move on. I'll leave with a video of Will's very first attempt to stand on a surfboard. Yea, I know- to be 9 years old ...
The Carribean Coast is where we've been looking forward to getting to the most in Costa Rica and it's lived up to it's expectation. Our first destination was Cahuita which I only read about a week before we decided to go there as we had some spare days up our sleeve, and we're so glad we stopped here for a couple of nights.
The main street of Cahuita is a dirt road about 200 metres long and ...