Casa De Linford
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... left Tilaran. He produces a notebook showing bus times, as if to confirm this.
I suspect that he is telling the truth.
He then offers to drive me to La Fortuna. Normally the fare would be US$115, but he is prepared to do me an offer for a bargain US$80. I stifle a laugh, although I think I did snort. 'No dinero' I inform him. He pleads his case. I shake my head and tell him to take me to the bus station. He starts doing mathematical, ...
This weekend I decided to take my family up on their offer to go bike riding with them at Isla Chira. Little did I know all that would be in store for me on the journey. We left around 5 in the morning on Sunday to meet up with a group of other bikers and from there we took two small buses to our destination. First we stopped near Puntarenas and took a ferry (full of bikes) to Isla Chira. There was ...
... 8217;t believe me wikipedia it!!
Seriously minutes after checking into our new digs, the heavens opened and we were stuck for what to do here seeing as we only had two nights. The hostel staff recommended that we take to the local hot springs that are located all around the base of the volcano - the rain really wouldn’t interfere with you getting wet anyways huh? The #1 hot spring in the area is called Baldi and tickets can be bought with a full dinner buffet for $36 each - ...
... latte's over a fresh berry breakfast; a bike ride around the point for a spot of surfing; some hammock time with a favourite book; falafel lunch at Pita Bonita (I love that name!); a few beers in our treehouse accommodation and a trip up to the 'city' (there are three streets up there) for some dinner and rum cocktails well into the evening. It is a tough life.
After a week of hanging at the beach we decided to head inland ...
... 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, ...