Hotel Paraiso del Cocodrilo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were having a lovely time in the dappled sunlight, picnicking, enjoying the crashing surf and warm water. An old-ish gentleman walks back toward his family. WHAM, a coconut crashes down. A literal inch in front of him. I mean, two bloody seconds faster and he would be toast! I don’t know how much I really believe in fate, but from now on, I will pay attention to what kind of trees I am sitting under. It’s something I can sort ...
... daughter came in and joined me. It probably would have been better had they not. They were rude and started saying stuff to eachother about the fact that I didn't finish my food. I ate as much as I could but I just am not a big water to begin with. I told her dad died and she said "oh he was old" ; he was, but not THAT old!!!! It just didn't seem like a very ...
... gorgeous. You'll recall we drove to Arenal in the dark so we had no idea what the countryside looked like. As we descended the mountain rain forest, it transformed into dry forest, then plains (pampas) and Burma cattle for as far as you could see...what made those plains unique were the enormous lava boulders strewn about from thousands of yrs of volcanic eruptions. Costa Rica is littered with hundreds of volcanoes, many still active.
... we might take it a bit personally and get a little bit upset. Hahahaha. (Laughing so much writing this, because even at the age of 21 it is so true!)
Ok, so things took a quick turn as we both had a flashback of our old basketball times with Geoff. This time, it was the other way round and it was Sal on the wrong end of it all. I’m referring to a time when the other twin can sense that the other one is having a hard ...
... Costa Rica? I did not know this, but Lucy is full of fun facts about wild life and conservation-esque stuff.
Once I arrived at my residence in Playa Flamingo...I realized that I was all alone. There were some families there, but no one in my section of the shared residence. I contemplated what I should do for the next 30 minutes or so. Should I walk the 1/2 mile down the road to grab food? Should I call a taxi? Should I just be brave and go ask one of ...