Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We then found out that there is a Walmart just around the corner and set out to explore. It literally is a copy of the American stores with all the American products. We did stock up on a few things because we had some difficulties finding e.g. dark ...
... is equally breezy! We arrive back at Casa Yami to do some laundry loads, catch up on emails, and weigh ourselves (relieved the bags treks, hikes, and swims have miraculously paid off with all this good food around). Then out with the gang we go for an afternoon of shopping and to search for a bank! Dane and I literally are left with 1000 colones which sounds like a lot but is equivalent to approximately 2 dollars US. We arrive at a ...
... I look like I would be carrying explosives? Apparently. They buzzer machine went off with a big red line that read across the top 'EXPLOSIVES DETECTED', I'm sorry I did have a little chuckle to myself. So I then had to follow this guy over to another table where he proceeded to take every single item out of my bag, swab it and then ask me to re pack it all again. In the mean time they said they were going to have to ...
... down to the river today during siesta time. The walk down there was a little treacherous and slippery, but we made it! We laughed a lot in the process, too, which is always a bonus.
Tomorrow we are looking forward to attending a Costa Rican church. Based on the Tico people I have met so far, I know it will be energetic, joyful, and awesome.
Here are some pictures from this wonderful day....
... Costa Rican money which is like the old Zimbabwean money with each US dollar worth a thousand 'what sits ' or something like that. To pay I had to do what most clot tourists do if they don't understand the currency or the language is to just put it all on the table and say Bomba lo Marli or some such utterance. Still got 6000 of them which I hope will buy a glass of wine tonight!
just woken up from a ...