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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the immense pain and an instant fear spread like a fire across my body. I was in a tiny beach town with no hospital and in Central America and something very painful had stung me. Fearing the worst I desperately ran from the shower yelling and crying "Stuie something has bitten me." Not having any idea what It was panic set in and wild irrational thoughts came thick and fast. Stuie went straight to the bathroom to inspect the towel. Having no luck finding anything made my anxiety ...
... was far enough to go in one day and serves as the main town before the Manual Antonio National Park that I'll check out in the next couple of days. Supposed to be a pretty popular park (i.e. touristy) but is the postcard of a Costa Rica park apparently. Let's see. Plenty of other things to check out in this ...
... the most bizzare thing ever - like something out of science fiction. The wasp we saw was infected by the spores of the cordyceps and it took over its mind to make it go crazy. A fungus then grows out of its head and the wasp dies. The fungus stays there for weeks waiting for other wasps to fly near and get infected by the spores. http://youtu.be/XuKjBIBBAL8 We also saw a wolf spider, a small tarantula, an orb spider a snake, a toad and frogs. As we learned how to spot the ...
... pace of travel, which can yield a more satisfying and relaxing travel experience. On the flip side, the girls’ inexhaustible energy kept us in perpetual motion. I will never forget the day we spent the morning playing at the beach, and then took an afternoon hike to some waterfalls. We came home exhausted only to hear Vivian complain, “Costa Rica is so boring. We don’t DO anything.”
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... roads along the sides of huge mountains with no guardrails, and it is pretty terrifying. Basically, if you want to see any of the amazing natural sights that the country is known for, you better trust the person driving the car, because your life is in their hands! After the waterfall, we had a picnic lunch of perros calientes (yes, hotdogs). They put potato chips on their hotdogs which is actually awesome. Then we went to a restaurant in San Jose for afternoon ...