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Travel Blogs from San Jose
Leaving the hostel in San Jose (after convincing Hannah not to steal their resident bunny), we were encouraged by 30C heat at 7am and the blazing sun over the jungle as we drove through. My newly sprained ankle would restrict the jungle trekking, but we felt confident.
We arrived in Manuel Antonio, dripping with sweat after the heat and humidity of the bus ride, and decided we needed lunch. I was in quite a lot of pain when I ...
... there was no door and the view onto a tiny runway could be seen. The airport was a small shed and we literally took our bag from the plane and walked to the waiting 4x4 - it was all very laid back. A short journey took us to the water where we took our shoes off to wade into the sea to board the taxi boat bound for The Agiula del Osa lodge. The 14 lodges were set on a steep hillside in beautiful grounds with fragrant, colourful plants and trees. We were in the top lodge ...
I have acquired many books that I would like to bring home so I have spent the last few days giving away clothes to make room for these heavy items. It is a sad time. I think I'm cool, calm and collected but my body is telling me otherwise. We had a little episode in the early hours so Morgs is watching me closely. The power of the mind is incredible.
Today was a big day in ...
Congratulations to Silvia, my brother's girlfriend, for graduating from the University of Costa Rica today with three degrees – Doctor of Medicine & Surgery, Master of Medical Sciences, and Bachelor of Medical Sciences – as well as an honors certificate.
Got up at noon at our hotel in San Jose. Mom had left hours earlier to go with Silvia and Justin to the hair stylist. I took advantage of the time to sleep in. After awakening, I went out in search ...
... to hop out of the plane, the fuel truck would pull up and give me fuel, and I’d be on my way.
Nothing like this happened. What followed was probably the MOST stressful of the trip so far. It was hot and windy on the ground. After I got out of the plane, at first nothing happened. Then a police on a 3 wheel motorcycle showed up, spoke no English and a guttural kind of Spanish I found very hard to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting