Villa Pacande Bed & Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... is different in the AirBnB listing. The price for the taxi was $4 US which is what we had read the cost would be.
Got ourselves unloaded and met our first neighbor, Graham. Was heading to the Envision festival the next day. Then Tom arrives, also heading to the festival. He had his guitar with him and entertained us for the evening. Another couple from Arizona arrived also heading to the festival and we all had a great ...
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... and relationships I built will forever be a part of me.
As summer drew closer to it's end a new challenge and change awaited me. Moving to Costa Rica for the semester to study in San Ramon. I must say leaving everything I knew behind to fly into the unknown was no easy task, the most difficult thing being leaving all my family and friends behind. I flew from Chicago to Dallas to meet with the rest of the American students traveling to ...
... made us leave Jireh at 12:45, which was when we were supposed to be picked up
from the hotel after lunch to head to Manos. Needless to say, we inhaled lunch
(pesto pasta...YUM!), and got to Manos late. So, while the chaos ensued and I
took care of the phone calls, I had to convey to the owner and the manager that
we needed to find some toys to take to Guanacaste, and convey that tomorrow we
need to know where to go to market for ...
... going straight through to Panama and I started to fear my chances were slim. Once everyone was on the bus, he finally signaled to me and gave me a ticket. On my way to Panama City and then Rio!
The bus driver, insistent that I was a famous actress (because famous people are likely to be travelling on a 14 hour over night bus), also took pity on me. I got an extra blanket and pillow for my foot. I also got an extra breakfast; skipped to the front of the queue at Costa ...