Breakfast in America (Villa Caletas and Rt 320 to Bijagual)

This morning I road over to Villa Caletas on the way to Jaco for breakfast. I like the views up there.

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View on the way up to Villa Caletas
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View from Restaurant at Villa Caletas
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Yours truly waiting for breakfast
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Rt 320 to Bijagual

Afterwards, I decided to head over to Bijagual. Route 320 to Bijagual is paved for a while, then it is that fine gravel that is a bit slippery. There is not much on it, though in certain spots there are hotels and one restaurant that I saw.¬† I had intended to go all the way to Bijagual, but I was low on gas, so had to turn around. I will put this trip on my “To Ride” list to do it all the way. It’s interesting. I like wild places.

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Terrain around Rt 320

Costa Rica’s tallest waterfall is in this area. For those of you who like to hike! ūüôā

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Pacific ocean views on Rt 320
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View by Restaurant Tico which looks over Carara National Park. Opens at 11 a.m. so I missed it.
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Great views from Rt 320

Then I headed back to Rt 137. I was going to go to Purires, but got a bad stomach and had to turn around to find a restaurant. Maybe next time!

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I love Route 137
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My beloved Turrubari

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Riding in Costa Rica: Feel the beauty. Know the love. Live the power!

Song: Breaksfast in America.  

Total time from home (San Jose de la Montana) to Jaco – Rt 320 – then 137 to Ciudad Colon and back home): 7 hours.

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