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Travel Blogs from San Jose
... Within this there are also indoor markets which sell veg, meat, fish and also places to get snacks. The lonely planet guide do not talk highly of this central market at all. They basically say that before you enter that you should speak for the last time to your parents as you may not come out alive-- A slight exaggeration I would say- Yes definitely be weary and keep your bag close to you, as it clearly is a place that would be ideal for opportunists but I did ...
... we were a bit early for the dinner crowd (around 5ish). The restaurant brews their own beer and had t-shirts which were all in english. A good sign for us non-Spanish speaking tourists. Well the menus were all Spanish. we each picked a picture of something and ordered that. Then had order regret when the neighbouring tables got delicious looking ribs and soups and all kinds of things we had no idea. we hit the local grocery store for some ...
... thirteen in our group. We were accompanied by Christopher Howard, our tour leader, and our bus driver, Santiago. Since it was early Sunday morning, San Jose traffic was light. San Jose is not an attractive city. The streets are dirty and most buildings are old and in disrepair. It was what we had been told to expect. No one was surprised.
With San Jose behind us and Cartago off to the East, we entered the Cordillera de Telamanca mountains heading ...
... her food and as she was coming back to the table I noticed that she had a rather large pan in her hand. Come to find out she had somehow accidentally ordered the family size pizza when all she wanted was 2 slices. At that point, we got in a good laugh and then I went on a search for some to-go boxes. First stop was at a Chinese restaurant. Since I didn't know the word for 'box' in Spanish they had a tough time understanding me, go figure. So I went back to my friend ...
... After the pajama fiasco, we continued to meet people and then finally returned to the house and had some hot chocolate and cookies. Here, it's their 'winter' so hot chocolate is appropriate for this time of the year. We had a nice conversation about the educational system here (at least that's what I thought it was about) and now I'm laying in bed. It's currently 10:27 here, 11:27 in Wisconsin. Today was a very long day, and tomorrow will be too. But I look forward to ...