Residencia Saint-Pierre

Address: San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | B&B
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

From San Jose to Surf and Sun

A travel blog entry by tickettoride on Feb 07, 2015

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... noon. Unfortunately the only way to get bus tickets is to go to the station and purchase them on site (calling ahead and reserving tickets is not an option). 3)   Make sure you get the tickets to the right Puerto Viejo- there are two: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca buses depart from: Terminal San Carlos, which is moreorless around the corner from the bus terminal that takes you to the other Puerto Viejo (which is not near Puerto ...

Running errands

A travel blog entry by shanstravels on Oct 27, 2014

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... If the beer in front of you gets pierced by a dart you must then quickly drink it. Everyone was interested by this game as they have never heard of it before. We started the game in the evening just before it got dark (5:30pm) and it was played late into the night. It was a fun way to meet everyone at the hostel, some of the staff even joined us after they were done ...

A very wet trip to Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Jun 30, 2014

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With all my placements completed, I ended my Taste the World adventure with a trip to Costa Rica with friends. As usual with our travels, we arrived in the rainy season and spent most of our time drenched but we still had a fantastic time.

Our first stop was San Jose where we flew into from Madrid. After a catch up we went for dinner at a local restaurant where we shared a platter of meats, tortillas, plantain, peppers and corn as recommended. It was ok ...


A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Apr 23, 2014

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... saw mostly traditional clothing but in the rest of these parts, we also see "Americanized" brands. They are often fakes, stolen, or used. I once saw a "Nike" shoe on a "Puma" sole.

-Used American clothing is a big business here. The clothes you donated to a good cause are here for sale on the streets of Central America. Goodwill sells bags to them by the pound.

-Clothing brands are not scaled to the level they are marketed to be. ...

Restored and Ready to Do His Work

A travel blog entry by lccmissions on Mar 30, 2014

8 comments, 2 photos

... lunch at a local, open air restaurant, where we saw Ryan get a sampler platter that offered the finest Costa Rican food I have seen, or tasted, as I stole some of it. The sea bass was just what I needed as it fit my new diet. God continually gives us exactly what we need.

When we got back we immediately headed to the closest water falls, a little dry, but just amazingly beautiful. ...