Hotel Sabana B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... us to Monte Verde, home of the Cloud Forest.
The transition from Nicaragua to Costa Rica was drastic and startling. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Central America, after Haiti, and Costa Rica is the wealthiest, mostly due to a booming tourism industry. Suddenly it felt like we were back in a touristy part of Mexico where everything appeared new, modern, and 'Americanized’.
The ride up to Monte ...
... bolita.org/ It looks great, but I really couldn't be bothered carrying my stuff up the trail. No power either, except at the office. Nice walk through the jungle though.
4 http://www.drakebaybackpackers.com/ nice, and cheap. It is run by an English/Australian couple who work for the Corcovado Foundation, which works with locals to look after the local turtles and a few other projects.
... will see nice homes in the city but for the most part, Central America is very poor.
-It is not uncommon to see single room homes that look like a tin shack. Sometimes you see houses that are built with bamboo or small trees. They machete the trees down for framing, use the limbs for siding, and cover it with a thatch roof.
-Most places we visit do not have hot water and none of them have air conditioning. No one has clothes dryers.
... I stayed in kindly let me leave a huge bag of stuff in the storage room until I come back and can give it to my kind friends to take back with them.
The next thing on the to do list was deciding what I am going to do until my friends get here. Staying in Costa Rica is too expensive (especially when you get charged quadruple the normal Price by the bad taxi drivers at the bus ...
... t the best place to be to be roaming around at night. After buying some more souvenirs, we headed back to our hotel for our last night in Costa Rica.
The following morning we woke up for an early breakfast, went to buy some last minute gifts, and headed out to the airport. About 4 blocks from our hotel was a direct shuttle bus that you can take from downtown San Jose to the airport for only $1! So worth it!!!!!!! Pura Vida Costa Rica! Until next time!