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... in all of San Jose recognized the new name. Our sleeping room was so small it was clear that either Beth or I or one of our suitcases would have to sleep outside. I went straight to the front desk and a larger room, off the busy front street was immediately made available to us. We were to learn that the hotel could be compared to a Motel 6 but the staff was as friendly and accommodating as a 5-Star Resort.
We loaded onto our bus and headed southwest. ...
... went to the hardware store for machetes and some went to a typical souvenir shop. When we got back, Pastor Payton, Julie, and Megan we're pulling in to get the clothes we had for the thrift store. We loaded up and loaded the buses. We stopped in Quepos for delicious food. We had one of the same bus drivers as last time whom Fredy thinks it would be a ...
... bus so that we would not be stuck in San Jose. That meant leaving the hotel at 05:00 so sleep might be optional. After paying the tab at the hotel bar we headed across the street to a restaurant for our last group dinner. We both had pizza which wasn't that good. There wasn't any local food in the menu to try. Central America isn't known for its food for a reason. It is all very simple and bland. Rice and beans or beans and rice. Sometimes you get plantains with ...
... nice restaurants, and rest rooms for drivers and passengers. Thanks to Susu's persistence with the arrangements, the second bus delivered me right to the door of my hotel.
Although the tour didn't officially start until Sunday evening, WAI had arranged a tour of downtown San Jose for those of us who arrived early. They are encouraging their travelers to ...
... season tropical forest in the backdrop. Ju gave me a really valuable piece of travel advice before I left: "watch one sunrise and one sunset at each place you visit." In our time in playa hermosa we watched 2 sunrises, 2 sunsets, an epic moon rise, and a moon set. Thanks Ju :) Later that same day we set out to look for the two waterfalls, that everyone who lived in the area said were within a 30min walk of the place we were staying. Perfect! Except that everyone ...