VIP Hotel Playa Negra
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... bugs but great food before jumping back in the raft. The river was only grade 3 so the rapids weren't too intense but Shannon still managed to fall out the back! Our guide was completely engineering this though! Once we reached the end we got in the taxis which were to take us to Puerto Viejo, as Tyler was heading to San Jose we had to say our goodbyes, but Gill and Tom were sticking with us. We got there in about 1.5hours and we managed to nab the last beds in the hostel, much to ...
... or Sunday.
Joanne did a little fishing and I did a little snorkeling and surfing. Unfortunately, Joanne wasn't able to catch any fish.
The snorkeling was pretty good. I just snorkeled along the beach and the coral reef. There were lots of small fish and I took photos and videos of them swimming around me. The fish swim quite fast so they were difficult to capture on camera.
The surfing was fun (if you can call it that :) lol. ...
... and 4 tyres then I think that we were. For a bargain buy of $1200, and the initial hope that it would take us from Virginia to New Orleans, we were pleasantly surprised every day by her! Not a single issue the whole way, we spent a grand total of $30 on her getting a check up before leaving the states. She took us throught desert, rainfrest, beach, highways and dirt roads, over topes (those sneaky speedbumps), through cobbled streets, across ...
... destination as we didn't want to waste time stuck in San Jose! Eventually our cabbie, juan Carlos, calls up his old school mate and pulls some strings and drives madly and gets us on some random bus to where we want to go! It went a very 'scenic' way, which again involved a lot of mad windy roads! We did make it to quepos, the town you can stay in to access manuel Antonio park in decent time! The hostel was pretty nice, had a pool to cool off in and three resident dogs to have a play ...
... Rick and I have
seen more of their country than they have.
Most Costa Ricans never travel more than 50 miles from home. It is a shame as they have such an amazingly
Well we are on our way out this morning at 8:30 to go on a 2
hour hike in Cahuita National Park and then go snorkeling for another 2.5 hours
in the crystal clear Caribbean!!!!