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- Airport Transportation
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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... fries and some chicken, and charged Jake $16. I'm usually pretty calm, but once bags and people were all packed up and Jake still wasn't back, I started to panic. I ran around the block twice with Alex stalling the bus driver. As I'm running aorund like a mad woman, yelling Jake's name in the street, not knowing which soda he was in the second time, he came running form the other direction. The bus driver only shook his head. Ironically the bus stopped at a ...
... but what we experienced left us hungry for more. The incredible Atacama desert where we undertook a variety of outdoor pursuits, from star gazing (we saw Saturn with all its rings!), to sand boarding, floating in salt water lakes and standing beside active geysers, the Atacama is a natural treasure! The salt flats tour again provided a feast for the eyes as we cruised past some exotic coloured lakes, Dali- esque rock formations, stopping for a photo with flamingos ...
... maintenance is called vampirazo which is where a stake is driven through the stem of the plant to kill it! Bananas should arrive at the destination completely green. When they reach the destination they will be put in ripening rooms where cold air (14 degrees) that contains 300ppm ethylene will be circulated. By day 6/7 after this process has begun the bananas should be around colour 3 (see photo). Supermarkets want to buy bananas that are around colours 3/4 and ...
... we explored the national park of Cahuita with our pipas in hand. Pipas are green coconuts. We bought them from a man with a machete who poked straws through the pipa and then afterwards, would cut the coconut open so that we could eat the insides. We managed to see howler and white faced monkeys along the trail. Just off the trail was the beach, but we were surrounded by forest. It was ...