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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 ...
What comes up must go down, except today it was the opposite for us. We had to retrace our route from the other day. That meant 45 minutes of hairpin turns while gaining altitude along the way. After two hours we stopped in San Luis Isido at a supermarket, as some people wanted to purchase wine. Lunch today as I mentioned earlier was hosted by Dona Edith at her home. Obviously she has done well over the years as her home, while small was way ...
... and their two little kids to the farmers market! It was about a 4 mile walk and a super cool experience. Got lots of delicious fruit and it was so cheap! I also saw my first pool in Costa Rica as well as some cool seventy. It was nice to go to a different part of town and explore a little. My team and I then made dinner for the whole stint team that night...we made Arepas (a Venezuelan dish) and they were delicious. I am becoming quite good at cooking ethnic food lol. This morning ...
... volunteers from Maximo for a weekend getaway.
After the first weeks work we decided to hit up the Caribbean Afro-Rasta village of Puerto Viejo with two others. The town is incredibly relaxed with a young vibe flowing through it. With a smorgasbord of restaurants, bars and hostels to choose from it is almost entirely dedicated to tourism and is ridden with expats who came for one week but stayed for one year.. or more. We hired bikes and road the 13km stretch through the jungle ...
... with a huge lens and tripod. Duchess of Cambridge, watch out! Some people were even dressed in camouflage, which seemed a little over the top. Nobody said things like, "Look at that woodpecker!" They were very specific, like "Was that a Black-cheeked woodpecker or a Golden-Naped woodpecker?" We were definitely out of our league, but it was refreshing to be around people who were as enthusiastic about nature and wildlife as we are.
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