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A tavern called "Washington" had a couple of tables full of them. Also around the nearby waterfront park. Language may be a problem. I spotted a truly fine older woman early 40's sitting alone at an outdoors table.
We exchanged glances and smiles. She did not speak any English beyond telling me she was working and a "service woman. The language gap and lack of time kept me from finding out what was what. Now let me add the following update. I'll be back in Limon in another year and look forward to it. I have an appetite to find out more. Limon is a fascinating city, with lots of history. During our one-day stop we took a nice tour in the morning lunch included. Visited a banana plantation.
In this town where hardly anyone speaks English, it had a sidewalk sign that said: Fried Chicken. It was only on the way back, when time was short, that I met that fine older woman. My eternal regret. Muy linda. Who knows, maybe we meet again? A beautiful 3 hour trip. Highly recommended for the majesty of the mountain rain forrest just as a day trip. Busses leave at least hourly between 5 am and 7 pm. Go there in the morning, have lunch, return in the afternoon for the price of a few beers at the Blue Marlin.
Nice room with a balcony overlooking the bay and Vargas Park. Stayed here two nights. Made friends with the desk clerk immediately and had no problem bringing back girls. Didn't really ask the policy. On arrival, we walked from the bus terminal towards the park on the second street walking street from the market to the park. I remembered from 10 years ago there were many bars and sodas along here, especially the last block before the park.