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... and luckily the rain didn't ruin the views or anything. It's called the cloud forest so I suppose it is what you would expect. We then returned back to our hostel, absolutely sopping, and decided against the night trek because it was just too rainy. We chilled, showered (in a cold shower which didn't help!) and grabbed a taco before hitting the hay early for another early start and our journey to Nicaragua ...
... on. It is a hot and bumpy journey as the OLD bus does not have air con! You can get private vans at $50 that take 4 hours.
Public transport - buses run all over and are efficient and inexpensive. Dont be put of by hostel receptions telling you to take a cab...
Car Hire - It is soooo common in Costa Rica. Had I known this before I would have lost all inhibitions and hired to get to some remote locations. Fully trustworthy.
... the view of the city from the top of the museum was breathtaking. Make sure to make you way to the front when you are on the roof to get a glimpse of the city.
After leaving the museum, there was a strip of markets right outside. I went to go explore to see what was inside these market. Sure enough, there were souvenirs everywhere and beautiful man made crafts. I loved it. Make sure you bargain with those people though! They are always willing ...
Today is our last day of sightseeing. We will get the day started by visiting Manuel Antonio National Park which was created in 1972. The park is located approximately 115 miles Southwest of San Jose, and sits on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. It is the countries smallest National Park on 1683 acres, but it's stunning beauty and diversity of wildlife is unequalled. The park contains a combination of rain forest, beaches, and coral reefs. The wildlife in ...
... on my team so Pete, Simon and Camile (random French bod who joined in) could carry us to victory despite my best efforts to assist the other side.
Yesterday was a big travel day as we left Ometepe and crossed the border into Costa Rica, arriving in San Jose last night. We then went out for dinner as it was my final evening with the group. I have to say I was very sad to leave them all as we have got to know each other pretty ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaylor Inn B & B San Jose
Good: Very cheap, we got 1 night free and no charge for our laundry.
Bad: the rest was all ugly !
Ugly: Noisy from traffic & people staying with no consideration for others, dirty and unloved. Outside looked like a bilding site and we were being dropped off in a very poor place.
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