El Caracol Inn

San Jose, Province of San Jose, 1200, Costa Rica | B&B
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

Manuel Antonio back to San Jose

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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A possible sleep in day as we have a 11.20 am departure from Manuel Antonio back to San Jose. So after yesterday’s late breakfast at 9.30 am when it was packed at Backpacker’s Paradise Costa Linda, ventured down their again early at 7.30 am for their breakfast again for just C$2,000 / NZ $ 4.90 / US $ ...

Travelling to San Jose and San Jose, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by michael.sandi

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... lamb for Mike and tenderloin for me which were excellent. And it is not a Peruvian meal without Pisco Sour. The Pisco Sour was strong! Very different from the free hotel greeting drinks we received in Peru. We all had an enjoyable meal and it was a great way to end our trip. We said our goodbyes at the hotel before a small group of us headed to a sports bar for a beer. Mike and I tried to get a good night's sleep as we had to be up at 5:15am the next ...

San Jose

A travel blog entry by kezzah16

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Today we headed to San Jose the capital in our car! We had made a friend in Nicaragua who we met again in La Fortuna and he said he would come with us to San Jose and he had friends we could stay at who were at university in City. So the the three of us set off in the morning and headed south to the capital which took around 3 hours Kerry was driving, Steve navigating. The traffic in San Jose was quiet busy and the driving was dull, stop start stop start but we made it ...

7 months on the road; Reflections!

A travel blog entry by emsads

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... starting point, and spending almost seven weeks there we were able to visit many places off the traditional tourist route, and even entertain life as a local when we visited our friends Lisa and Rafi and São Paulo. Carnival celebrations up in Porto Seguro with a great group of friends from the UK was unforgettable, from our weird and wonderful hostel to the street and beach parties, again we managed to keep the experience as 'authentic' as possible! Argentina began with ...

Mucho español

A travel blog entry by kemitch

... on my first day who is super funny and likes to joke with me, and while doing some homework, he helped me with my Spanish, at the same time still being funny and joking. He was a great person to talk with to following my stressful morning of trying to understand 7 people speaking Spanish at once! Had my best meal so far for lunch-some sort of chicken with DELICIOUS potatoes, a tomato salad and beans and rice. Fue muy, muy rico!! Three students we ...

 

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