TripAdvisor Reviews Villas Bellavista Escazu
Travel Blogs from Escazu
... br> Baltimore oriole
Blue gray tanager
Pale bellied woodpecker
Bi colored hawk
Little blue heron
Black throated trogon
... a 24 hour stop in New York, perfect opportunity to scrub all the dirt off my shoes and taking the long anticipated decent shower with proper soap and shampoo. 7 hours in London gave me time to catch up with a friend and play some table tennis before getting back on the final two flights to Perth. Got through customs pretty easily and lovely to see my mum again! And sleep in my own bed, even if it was only for a couple of nights before heading down here to busso. That's the end ...
... and lastly of course adding the token 'forced perspective' salt flats photo to the collection along with the rest of the travelling population!
When I think of Bolivia my feelings become mixed, much if it was spent with an upset tummy, in cold weather, debating what it was or wasn't safe to eat! In contrast however, we fell in love with the city of Sucre where we had fantastic Spanish lessons, an adorable hostel cat and tasted the ...
... As soon as we settled in, mom passed out. I changed into warm, dry clothes and ate sweet potatoes. Man, I was so happy. I did wish we had brought a stove and gas to make soup, tea and coffee, but we figured we could ask to borrow someone's if needed.
After a short nap, we went outside to take a view. It had stopped raining, so we got to enjoy the vista and take a nice look at Los Crestones peak (Chirripo was hidden behind ...
... dry season - not sure at all yet). We also went to a little place called Playa Avallenas just south of Tamarindo. It was equally dry and depressing, although non touristy, there were sure a lot of people there. That is just our impression, after spending almost a month now in the beautiful jungles of the central coastline.
We decided not to continue or trip down the coast. Maybe another time when it's greener and we have a better vehicle. So we ...