B&B Vista Los Volcanes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Free airport shuttle
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Very sweet and accommodating staff. Very clean.
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... things that I have seen and the things that I was able to do. I have met some pretty amazing people. Some doctors, wannabe lawyers, teachers, students, and even a comedian. I only hope that the people I studied with learned as much from me as I did from them. Fantastic people. I will spend my last night drinking some Imperials with Helen and packing up my coffee, chocolate, and clothes. What a life. It has been real Costa Rica. Pura Vida, and I'll hopefully see you soon. <3
... worse and worse every time we saw this particular professor.
Anyway, yesterday I did probably the most normal activity that I have done since I got here. I rode the bus and went to a movie...at the mall. We saw Despicable Me 2 in Spanish. The great thing about kid movies is that A.) it is easier to pick out words because the characters tend to speak a little bit slower and B.) You don't need to know every single word in order ...
... and did the predictable, "No se." I wanted to say something along the lines of, "Sir, how does it possibly look like I live here? I'm turning my map all around!"
I struggled to find a place to eat and settled for a fast food place. Oh, the struggles!
... was lovely with a private showroom. It was very basic, however I donīt believe you head all the way into deep jungle to sit in a 5* resort!
After a simple but delicious lunch, we spoke to Jearo (the father of the family and manager of the lodge) about the activities we could do in the lodge. He said he could take us fishing and when we asked how much, he said completely free which was incredible. The other lodges all had wonderful activities but they ...
... There were some blossoms and some coffee beans still on the plants. Eddie had mentioned the annual harvest goes from roughly November to February.
After wandering around a bit, taking photos, I met Leslie back in the coffee/gift shop. Of course we had to get a couple magnets and a pound of coffee. That made us anxious to get home so we could try the coffee and add the magnets to our refrigerator collection. So ...