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TravelPod Member ReviewsKaps Place San Jose
We were picked up from the airport by the owners. All was quickly arranged. Free international phone calls, prints, Internet, postal service, taxi service, safe place, good information, breakfast included.
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... each day just through my interactions with Tikos. I also got to talk with my new favorite campus employee, who cleans up the outside of campus, named Carlos. He is probably in his 60's and mumbles SO much in his Spanish haha he is sooooo hard to understand, but today I made a point of saying hi to him and the result was awesome. I had met him early last week, but doubted that he would remember me, but he did! We talked for a while, or I tried to ...
... called "Casa del Parque," it is supposed to be very nice and very inexpensive ($10/night), so I will check it out in the morning since tomorrow is my last day here. It might just be worthy just to keep my backpack there in storage while I make my trip to Tortuguero and stay there overnight some place...
I finally went out at about 3pm, with my street-pack almost empty. I ate, went to the bank and ...
... is not until 2 PM, the front desk clerk (a newly minted father himself) took pity on us, and arranged for a much earlier check in time.
Vivian keeps insisting we are not really in Costa Rica. It started in the airport when we weren't greeted by a troop of monkeys. At least 5 times today she has asked when we are going to the "real" Costa Rica. It has lead to me to wonder if the children of foreigners visiting the United States are met ...
... and lush landscape cut with tin shacks.
All the cars on the highway were Hondas, Hyundais, Nissans, Toyotas or Suzukis. All I saw were stick shift.
We reach the destination a bus station in downtown San Jose which has very few tall buildings and is like the guidebooks say - ugly and dirty. We went to the plaza across from the church. There is trash sitting beneath the trash containers instead of in ...