Villa Buena Onda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So as the weeks go on, day to day things are pretty much the same so here's a few little bits of things that have been going on. Just before Vicki and Katie left they managed to hire some body boards and as you hire them for the day they said I could have a go. Considering I had never tried it they gave me some tips. It was probably the most fun I've had in the sea and it felt like I was flying! It took me a few tries to get the hang of it ...
... affectionate name for the people of Costa Rica.
We are learning the essential Spanish phrases, but my favorite is “Pura Vida”, pronounced POOrah VEEdah, with a little roll of the “r”. It is a term used by Ticos, put on all the t-shirts, and means essentially “Pure Life”. They say it a lot and it has various rather profound meanings to them. To me, at this point, if some one says “How are you?” or ...
... hotel by noon. All I could think about was just relaxing. We actually tried to search around to see if we could rent a scooter or a golf cart of some sort to ride around the coast, but we were very unsuccessful. Tip for next time: RESERVE SCOOTERS IN ADVANCE! They said the golf carts were reserved up until March 15! Thats crazy. Anyway, I spent the rest of the day by the pool and then went to "La Ancla" for a late lunch/early dinner. This place was probably the best restaurant ...
... to a break from Upala, it isn't
that it is a particularly bad place, but I am not a city person and it has a
lot of characteristics of a city. Namely it is very NOSIY! And because of it’s
location it is HOT. It will be nice to spend a few nights in a quite cabin in
the cool, quite mountains. Pablo said they have no other guests scheduled so
they won’t have the restaurant open and I will need to talk ...
... Alas, the towns around here are few and far between, so there’s no guarantee there’ll be anything to find. We shall see.
Update: We've driven into Playa del Coco to find internet. On the way, we saw what we think was a kinkajou carrying its baby out of the roadway. We're now relaxing in a very pleasant coffee bar and art studio, enjoying some delicious drinks while we take care of a few necessary emails and update the blog.