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I have arrived, and as soon as I can manage, I venture out to explore. My hotel is VERY quiet, it is in a gated neighborhood, and I had a very good night's rest. I am in a part of the city called San Pedro. Here is the Universidad Latina, and you see many international students going to classes, I imagine they are trying to learn Spanish. They …
... they had up on the balcony. After saying goodbye to our guides we loaded back into the van for the hour and a half drive to San Jose. The skies were threatening a huge downpour along the way but again the rain held off. Driving through San Jose did not leave you with the impression that it was a nice city. Maybe it was simply the areas we drove past but it seemed very dirty and full of shanty towns. We made it to our last hotel for this leg of the trip and ...
... includes sloths, iguanas, the rare squirrel monkeys, as well as millions of colorful little crabs. I hate to say it, but besides the beach which was beautiful, there really wasn't much else to see. We walked what seemed like a mile on a dirt and rock road without seeing much of anything. Other than seeing a few monkeys from a distance, as well as a spider, that was it. I guess we're not really nature walk people. We returned to the hotel as the heat ...
We arrived in San Jose in the early evening and enjoyed our last meal with the group. We all said goodbye that evening as lots of people were heading of early in the morning. We had two more nights in San Jose at Costa Rica Backpackers, which was a hostel with a pool and kitchen so we could cook our own food. It was a bit odd not being with everyone and even though we had been looking forward to doing things when ...
... on the banks of the river next to a farmers cow pasture, 12-15 LARGE crocs lounge in the hot sun, heating their reptilian blood. Never before have I laid eyes on such a prehistoric beast! A couple of them must be 12 feet plus and I couldn’t even speculate their weight! Needless to say, if a cow was to venture too close to that rivers edge, beef tartar would be on the menu in a hot minute. Words cannot properly do justice to these beasts. The photos of them ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCondo Casa Inn San Jose
Very nice and quiet hostel.
I can definitely recommend it to anyone who wants inexpensive accommodations. It is safe, has a kitchen with washing mashine that is shared with other tenants, but when I was there, I was the only occupant, so I had the entire apartement to myself.
I will stay there again.
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