Pura Vida Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... discouraged and full of despair, the example of joy, gratitude and dignity in these communities inspired me. Planted around even the most compromised homes in the precarios, there were always flowers. This little detail struck me with the realization that these were a people of dignity and pride trying their best to make a good life for their family.
The people of both communities were ...
... birds he knew the best place, his home town of Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui with birder Alex Martinez. We told him that was our next stop so he asked us to pass on his good wishes to Alex and his family. We have found this throughout Panama and Costa Rica, that everyone connected with birds or wildlife protection knows everyone else.
As I found out later when talking to a local taxi driver, the Sky Tram complex is the pride and joy of the community. It ...
... site of a Tranny running around antagonising a bull was unique, but one I don't think I need to see again. We left after tasting some Wagyu beef, from Cows fed with coffee and ice cream!! It didn't wow me! We said adios to the couple, who we will hopefully see in both California and New Zealand, he reminded me of my good mate Beana, but with a great 4 month beard! Where to go next, we had three days left, and a pout a thousand things we could try and ...
... sleep-in tomorrow.
Morgs has been a little champion this fortnight. Last night when I got home he had made my bed and the other day I put a heap of dirty clothes on the floor to remind me to wash that night. When I went to get them they were not there. He had folded them and put them all away thinking he was helping me. What a gem! His Spanish is really improving as he is having every Wednesday off during April ...
... strange seeing a guard with a big shotgun (my gaming experience tells me it was a spas12) at the atm.
We got a 7h bus and ferry journey to Mal Pais, which was pretty warm and long, but was only $10! I was pretty lucky, as our first stop in Costa Rica, Em very kindly agreed to go to somewhere that Lonely Planet describes as:
Situated on little more than a dirt ...