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 ...
... under the blazing afternoon sun. We stopped at a few spots where we could have swam if we wanted to but we didn't have our swimming stuff with us. With limited clothes in the bag, I didn't really want to have one set contaminated with muddy river water. The rough gravel roads also made it very challenging and was particularly ******* the arms and butt as they took the brunt of the impact. We saw a few cool animals including Jesus Christ lizards and birds. ...
Day 4 - Thursday
I love the early morning and was up at 5:30 for a sunrise hike around the grounds... I let Robin sleep in until 6:30am...ha! After breakfast, we purchased our tkts to the hanging bridges and secured a ride in the hotel golf cart to the park. By 8am with big girl camera at the ready we started our 2 hr trek in search of the dozens of monkeys present in the area the day before.
2 hrs and 12 bridges later, we didn't see a ...
... monkey hanging upside down by her tail, with the smallest monkey that I have ever seen, attached to her back! It was so cute! There were other little ones running about, but this baby was about the size of my hand, and its little beady eyes were looking right back at us, face to face, amazing!
One of the main tourist attractions for Costa Rica is the surf, in particular the Pacific Coast, the Nicoya Peninsula. Playa Samara is ...
... pace down some huge muddy craters with the bushes hitting both sides of the car. We soon came to a stop when we saw the raging river and no way across to the other side. Del didn't believe this was true and kept asking if I thought the path over the river in a more tame part was the road, thank goodness he agreed with me that during the dry season it probably is the actual way but that there's no way we should attempt it.
We did a 50 point turn on the path avoiding the ...