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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... amount of hope and excitement. Although I am incredibly excited for this trip, the goodbyes were no less difficult. But I know that these goodbyes are temporary, and I get to experience the joy of returning to you all in 7 months a changed person, full of new knowledge and stories! So even though words are not good enough to express what I want to, thank you all, once more, for giving me this opportunity and for offering such loving support. Pura ...
... hostel, I somehow latched onto a group of 3 environment conservationists who had just returned from several weeks in the jungle. The group was incredibly diverse. There was the Filipino man who couldn't stop talking about the Filipino eagle, which is pretty cool and rare, only 400 wild Eagles still exist! It also has cool head feathers which look a bit like david beckham's old haircut. A Mexican man who works in the zoo and mainly deals with amphibians and ...
... at a quiet surf beach called Dominica and third night in Puerto Jimenez. It's so weird having a car, it's great to have the freedom to go anywhere and everywhere and we found ourselves traveling some fantastic backroads. We check out a few nature hotspots as we cruised down the coast, it's a lot more expensive (petrol was $1.50 per litre!!) and touristy than we expected so we decide to head into the ...
The flight was very long though it was enjoyable thanks to the flight attendants. The airline provided great service the movies available were great and there was a variety from kids movies all the way through to great action films. the food and beverages were good considering it was aeroplane food.
My first impression of Costa Rica was quite ...
... a black coffee and I smiled back. Then as she ate, she kept looking over and smiling, this wasn't going to go well, so I thought. A group of tourists walked by with a guide. She looked and rolled her eyes, I guessed that they were Americans and leaned over and told her in Spanish that they were Americans, she nodded knowingly (later on I found out they were from Seattle, Washington got my US radar well tuned) She asked if I was American, but I quickly told her Canadian. She smiled, ...