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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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After a crazy few days of travelling from Kelowna to San Fransisco then all the way across the States to Washington, not to mention delayed flights and lost bags, we finally arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica. Yamileth picked us up from the airport and drove us to her home where we will stay till the New Year. She is Christians aunt (a boy that Dane plays soccer with and who he hired to help him with his masonry work this ...
... things. I then got a taxi to a mahugssive mall which had every American shop possible plus a few more. My will power was strong and was able to resist Abercrombie and hollister sale and even though I could've bought the whole Aeropostale shop, I resisted. I did however come out with a new day rucksack as the one I had taken was proving useless and it was only the first day. Got taxi back to hotel, grabbed bags and headed ...
... else wanting to do a tour into the Corcovado National Park, once described by National Geographic as "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity". There was no one else apparently. I was out of luck due to it being rainy season, and hence low season.
I had an early night and fell asleep to the sounds of the jungle. Early in the morning I awoke to the sounds of the jungle - the ...
... people trying to do it at once. We all got it done, and spent the next hour in discussion talking about how our ecological footprint compares to a typical Tico at our age, and how it would be different if we lived in Costa Rica. Its surprising (well, not really) that Americans have so large of an ecological footprint.
Dinner was next on the agenda, and we walked a bit towards San Jose to find a nice place for all of us to ...
... We got out and dumped our life jackets and helmets in the large bags and climbed into our transfer to head to our lunch spot. A few of the rafts were coming here and some went to another lunch space about 5 mins away. We were treated to rice and beans (of course) and salad. The lunch spot was in a bird reserve and they had set up water dispensers for the birds and many hummingbirds were around drinking. After lunch, Mike realised he had left his ...