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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 …
Had a chilled night with the American guys last night, still a wee bit jet lagged so wanted to stay in, we ended up chatting about travelling, things to do in Texas & playing cards :) Up this morning & after a lazy start, I caught up with the girls plans for Vegas & then headed out into San Jose town. I walked to the central market to start with, taking a scenic route through the Central Park & seeing the locals hawk lottery tickets like they are going out of business. ...
... san jose rili heblaw bod McDonalds ar bob cornel. Wrth i ni gyrraedd y canol ddechreuodd hi fwrw glaw yn drwm. Felly ethon ni igal cinio mas or glaw. Ges i napyn bach ar ol dychwelyd ir gwesty cyn cyfarfod a gweddill y grwp. Mae 10 ohonon ni i gyd. 3 o awtralia. 3 o america 2 o loegr un or almaen a fi.. Ges i syndod odd pawb wedi clywed am gymru. Mae dan ni tour guide neu chief experience officer fel mae g ...
... bright green tour buses. You get assigned seats, and the buses stop once or twice in long distance rides.
When I asked about the next bus to San Isidro de General, the ticketing lady said there was a bus leaving at 1:00pm and 2:30pm. It was 12:55pm...! So we decided to just skip lunch and get on the bus leaving in 5 minutes. It was 3500 colones/pp (~$7, 3 hours).
Off we went on our 3 hour journey. The bus, again, was nearly empty. It ...
... shoes so I had none. Mauricio kindly gave me his shoes and we walked with Ambar, Katie, and their guys to the beach to watch the stars. My favorite part of the night was just talking and watching the stars on the beach. I prefer it more than going out to the bar. The night ended with Mauricio telling me his dream of owning his own farm on the beach with chickens and cows and all and him walking me home.
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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