Hermosa Heights Villas
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Playa Hermosa
... air making the travel even more slow and disorienting. Iguanas of different sizes scurried across the road as they were not comfortable with the exposure of being on the roads. In Costa Rica they have to be careful of predatory birds and monkeys in the area. The forest consisted of bare grey trees and grasses that looked similar to the outback of Australia. When we came to the river bank to board the boat, evidence of the nutrient rich Tempisque River was reflected by the green, ...
... It had the hull of a boat but was just a flat top except for the wheel house. Half the bus was walking towards it so we guessed it must be the ferry. We followed the locals across the pier and down the old, weathered wooden plank onto the roof of the 'boat', laid our bags in the pile at the front and found a space nearer the rear to squat on the floor. A few minutes before we were due to leave, a guy on a motorbike drove right up to the gang plank, jumped off ...
... tropical lushness that we where so getting used to on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica.
We where greeted with a huge friendly smile at the hotel, and headed into our room. Walking past the pool, Luc wanted to head straight in. So we dumped our bags and into the pool.
That night we went for a walk to the beach to watch the sunset...... beautiful.
The beach here does have the dark sand with plenty of sea shells.... which makes it ...
... I crossed so many different types of road transport I started to document them -- bicycle cart, ox cart, motorcycle, bicycle, horse drawn cart.
Once in Costa Rica I headed for Playa Hermosa a 100 km or so south of the border, where Gordon had spent a few days last summer with his work group. I found the beach -- protected from the Pacific swell by islands and promontories -- it was calm and beautiful. ...
... the likelihood of slipping out of the raft. My desire to remain firmly positioned in the raft lead me to not put any sunscreen on the tops of my knees either. The result being that my knees are now bright red beacons advertising my foolish Canadian status. We went on a volcano hike the following day. This too was part of a tour, but really it served as a painful reminder of how excellent the previous tour had been. Just to briefly summarize: the bus was ...