Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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- Non-smoking hotel
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On my return, despite being gone but a few minutes, everyone was already ordering and I got asked what I wanted, even though I hadn't seen the menu yet. I am not really one to order without having had the chance to ponder all the options. I hate nothing more than food envy so it is very important that I have had the opportunity to look at everything that is ...
... for me.
It went from bad to worse really. The first place looked nothing like the property details. It was like you were looking for a nice fluffy rabbit and they sent you through a cute picture but when you got there it was actually a crocodile.. The woman on the other hand, who was showing us around, appeared to have painted herself into her electric blue cat suit and fell into a tub of lipstick which by no means followed the curve of her natural ...
... and do a different one the day after, but somewhere in the mix our plans have merged. Leave the day after tomorrow but go to the park they are intending to hit. It is supposed to be the best one in CR, it's just a bit hard to get to/find accom/more expensive all that jazz but Robin has been doing the ground work this evening so I'm just tagging along. When in Rome/don't do things by halves/YOLO* etc etc. ...
... getting lost" may like a bucket of paint thrown against a wall and called "art".
Our next stop was a local emergency room where Carolina had an appointment. Typical Laura, ending up in the emergency room abroad =P I was allowed back with her (VERY relaxed hospital environment) and met her jovial doctor and family friend. He insisted on only speaking Spanish to me and I immediately wished I had brushed up a bit more! I was able to ...
I made it back to San Jose and now that it was over a week since my injury, I made the bold move to abandon one of the crutches and limp around with one. Richie, who I had travelled with in Honduras and Nicaragua, was in San Jose and took me out. For the next two days, I essentially ate only chocolate cake, which was justified because I had a sore ankle.
My flight from Panama was the next day and so I went to the bus station to get a ticket for the over ...