Casa De Linford
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... frontier is a wall of metal cladding with a small door into the compound. I'm approached by a representative of Trans Nica, a bus company. They are going from the border to the Costa Rican capital, San Jose. I explain that I am not going that far and probably want to change in Liberia. He confirms they can take me to Liberia. I ask if they stop in Canas. He confirms that that is also possible. I suggest Tilaran, but he says no. But Canas is good for me, as it ...
... So happy we did see the volcano before we left.
In order to see a little more scenery before we headed back to San Agustin, we took the route around Arenal Lake. During the first part of our trek, we could see the volcano and the lake, pretty majestic. Because “all the good cactuses were on Neil’s side” I hopped into the back seat for some better photos. This road was paved but incredibly windy. In order to get the best shot, I ...
... was playing in the world cup yesterday and won! woohoo...really could give 2 kahoots about soccer...but always love the beer and screamin'. so i was to be found at the bar during the game.
-and lastly, we stopped to buy watermelon from a farm at the side of the road. delicious. Nena and i bought two beautifully round ones. i stored them safely overhead in the storage area...and of course, behind two big bags so they would be secure. ...
... salty crackers to rice and beans again.
I love this place. Andy Young, Mark Shmulik and I once did a feasibility study on raising a fund called Byron Bay Capital. When we undertake this, Punta Uva Investment Corp will be a sister company.
It is where the rainforest meets the sea and it is the most chilled place I have ever been to. Our daily routine consisted of a morning run along a deserted beach to Puerto Viejo; ...
... dollar properties can be found at the end of this road but apparently, that's how the community likes it - middle-of-nowhere concept. The dream of Hacienda Pinilla was born in 1970 when an American developer decided to look for land in Costa Rica for recreational purposes. In his search, he found Pinilla farm in Guanacaste - 200 hectares on the coastline. When the plans became a reality, engineers, architects, ...