Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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After a 1 and a half hour wait in the middle of nowhere near San Jose and a bit of freaking out, my bus finally arrives and following another uneventful boarder crossing, I arrive in Costa Rica. The drive down to San Jose is beautiful and very different to the other CA countries I've visited, you can definitely see the change in economy.
hours from playa Coco on the bus and here i am, in a capital of Costa rica, beautifully located in the middle of mountains, the city itself doesnt struck with it is beauty, with the exception of few historical buildings such as the National Theater. The Сentral avenue us the hub for the market, with tons of super cheap quality clothes, shoes, homewear, lots of people ...
... Memo takes Swanee next door to buy "break-away" reading glasses just like his and they both model for pictures!
After lunch we tour the opera house which we learn opened in 1897. In the late 1800s coffee growers who were doing well in the export of coffee wanted to get a place built to attract great opera. Money was raised but soon the plans grew to include designers from Italy and Germany....which resulted in the citizens having to be taxed to get ...
... and Amanda dropped a lot of hints that she could get used to it... We stayed the night in a dodgy area of San Jose as it was right next to the bus terminal (where we were leaving the next morning) so we didn't explore much. Just enough to notice there are the most McDonald's I have seen in one area. They even had small ice cream only stores for Sundaes and soft serves in what felt like almost every block! We had another early ...
... I went zip lining through the forest and on a night tour to see some of Costa Ricas wildlife. Costa Rica has been generous in the amount of wildlife it's displayed in such a short period of time.
Next stop was La Fortuna. I travelled the shorter option "Jeep Boat Jeep" although the jeep is actually a minivan it is a beautiful ride though the mountains and on Lake Arenal and saves about three hours of travel time. There are a lot of tours and resorts that market ...