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Travel Blogs from Esterillos Oeste
... Are there snakes here? Do carrots make you tan? Is it going to rain today? Why is it so hot? Can we have pizza for dinner? Do you never want to get married? Who was Dwight D. Eisenhower...is he a football player? Who is Dr. Dre? Is it going to rain today? Will there be hot water when we get to San Jose? Does that dog have rabies?
And thus the question would come. All day. The same ones. Over and over again. For weeks...But there were amazing moments ...
... here but what they have achieved is awe-inspiring. The main house is an architectural masterpiece which is in tune with its environment yet manages to be ultra modern in some ways, e.g. the infinity pool. It is spacious but homely and unpretentious with views which stretch down through patches of whispy clouds across valleys towards more well-wooded mountains and the very distant sea. From here in the rainy season, we have watched the weather draw in as a tumultuous downpour ...
... some time, we started hearing David Guetta's Titanium outside. We peaked out the window and saw a stage set up in the central park, right in front of the cathedral. Not much crowd. We weren't impressed and lay back down. But then Gangnam Style started playing, and we looked outside to see strobe lights and a crowd gathering. We had to go! We dragged our tired bodies outside... Turns out a radio station was sponsoring a ...
... had a few rough spots including the rental car debacle, getting lost in San Jose, getting a flat tire, the jungle retreat being more-jungle-less-retreat, the shower over flowing, the exchange rate mishaps, the dryer "not working", the gate really not working, and being forced to buy a rainbow towel by a three-year old. Please know that you made our entire family so happy. We love you and are delighted you are a part of our lives.
... far is around 3000c ($6 US). I am learning how to get cheaper food though (markets, "sodas" (small basic restaurants for the locals).
Arrived in San Jose about 30 minutes later to a place called Coca Cola (a neighborhood). I had been checking the SJ's map in the bus, and luckily I am getting very good at it, in a foreign country like CR that is, I've always been good with maps. Anyway I looked at the map and decided I would walk about 10 blocks to ...
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