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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 8221; and “beer.” It is funny how
difficult the word “bird” is for native Spanish speakers…I guess it is about as
funny as how hard it is for me to say anything with the trilled R, like arroz
(rice) or perro (dog).
turned off the road onto a thin trail, the trail lead through a hedgerow, down
a hill, across a small bridge and back up on the other side. Atop a small hill,
backed by jungle, ...
... it to me gently that despite being a surfer, my wife would be better at it due to my lanky frame... I was outraged and protested even as I continually fell off to the laughter of said wife.
After four days of soaking up the sun and knocking back the local ale whilst watching amazing sunsets, we decided to head north along the peninsula to Tamarindo, a mere 150km journey that took over 5 hours due to the road conditions.
We were ...
... the first bridge where a new, very strong, steel bridge has been built. We ended our run with a beer on the banks of the river and then a traditional barbecued lunch in a small village called La Virgin. Such a great day!
The next day we enjoyed some time in the pool and then set out for a body soaking time in the volcanic hot springs. There was a little misunderstanding with the price but we didn't let it taint ...
... walked across the street to aqua bar. It was a mix crowd of locals and tourist. Everyone in there seemed so young. It was free drinks from midnight until 2pm. We got there around 10:30pm. By 11:30 everyone was pretty much ready to go home.
We stopped at another bar on the way home for a drink. Well everyone was ready to head back to the hotel for drinks, I went back to aqua for a few more free drinks!
On Sunday, I was feeling a little hungover. ...
... I got them down to a good price though, as if I'm going to pay $6 for a 5 minute taxi ride. As I stepped onto the beach my flip flop broke in exactly the same way as my own in Monteverde did. It just completely snapped, kind of annoying too as I literally just bought them a month ago. Getting across the black sand bare foot basically took off 5 layers of skin so I ended up hopping like an idiot. We were going to try and snorkel but it was really rough and the visibility wasn't ...