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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... 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
... in a very long line to go through passport control. Then we got our luggage and went through customs. Our guide, Raynar, was waiting with a sign for us and Erin was standing at the back of the crowd of people with signs for other people and she was waving at us. Raynar called for our van and driver, Freddie. We found out that we are the only ones on this trip. So we have a 12 passenger van and our guide and driver to ourselves. Logistically that is good, ...
... me try it out. Needless to say I got absolutely destroyed by the first wave I tried to catch. It was bad. It was probably the equivalent of going downhill skiing for the first time and starting on a black diamond run. Christoph then showed me how he learned in the white water on the waves that were already broken and it was much better. I was able to stand for at least a few seconds before totally wiping out. It was exhausting but fun to try. Next time I'll get lessons as it ...
... after a swim in the ocean we headed back towards Puerto Viejo hoping to find something along the way.
I had the Loney Planet book out, looking at where they suggested and just as I was reading about Casa Viva - Dan said how about this place???
We drove into the driveway and was greated by a big black dog, and a small lady with a huge smile who we now call Jennie. She could see we needed somewhere to stay. I have room.....
We had deliberated much about what we should do next. Our initial plan had been to head up the Caribbean coast to Tortuguero but after speaking to people, the general consensus was that it wasn't worth it or that nobody goes there anyway. In fact, what does seem popular is to go to Bocos del Toro in Panama - known as a party destination and a place or even country we hadn't considered. So we've decided to go there but first head slightly up the coast to a ...