There's a cute little hideaway approximately halfway between Rio Dulce town and Livingston on the beautiful Rio Dulce called Finca Tatin. It's family owned with hammocks under a big rancho and bungalows or dormitory-style for sleeping. Home-cooked, inexpensive meals are served to the guests and there are a bazillion things to do while you're there;...more
You can take a cabin cruiser from Rio Dulce and do it as a lovely overnight trip. The couple who run this are so lovely and the cruiser is called Nemo. They started this about 3 months ago and they are so good at it. Freddie, a Livingstonian, drives the boat and Inga, his girlfriend and partner, is the hostess. You get a great dinner and breakfast...more
Think the Title says it all. The sandwich wasn't bad. Decent Portion size. The Wheat bread is really a Whole Wheat with whole grains. So if you aren't into crunchies in your bread go with White. Maybe they will have it that day ....... Don't think I will try to get a favoritemore
Great quality and healthy food. Dutch couple who are foodies run this cafe. Daily specials and great cakes / puddings too. Even they bake their own bread. Lovely vegetarian food and almost most of the menu comes as a vegetarian option food. Vegetarian Mexican Buritto and Caprese on Ciabattamore
With one of Holly's waitresses, we took off late night in the evening in a small boat.We visited some Irish friends of her and drank champagne all of the time (after the beers at dinner...).I didn't know if or where I slept and with whom and had the next day the most terrible hangover I've ever had.more
make sure to check this couple out. both very sweet and very helpful. he is a native english speaker and his wife speaks perfect english as well. chances are, they'll find YOU right as you get off the bus.