Galiza Business Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of street food traders and market stalls - too busy for us to stop, so we pressed on for the 90 mins to our 'Hotel Studio' which is actually in Santa Ana just on the outskirts of San Jose. After the very hot ferry crossing (36 deg C according to the car temp), it is noticeably cooler in San Jose, and as it is set amongst the hills and mountains, there always seem to be ...
... By 4.30pm we were ready to take Chloe for a walk past the dogs of varying size and aggressiveness. There was a lot of barking as we walked past the dogs. Apart from one gate where she showed particular interest in Friday, Chloe seemed completely unfazed by the bigger dogs barking at her. At one particular house, there was a beagle and a small terrier than came out form their garden and shouted at us from the road, but as soon as got within ...
Picked up the dog after successful cataract surgery. Vision restored in one eye, next one in two weeks! The challenging part now is to monitor the healing process and to avoid any injury to the eye.... I swear he already see things again! He can follow your movement from a distance and his vision will improve over the next few months! The Elizabethan collar is definitely not a hit but a necessity. It's for his own ...
We start our journey home.
Friday morning we had one last breakfast before checking out to begin the journey back to San Jose. We loaded onto our buses for the first leg towards home with a myriad of emotions and thoughts. Time for some reflecting.
After a 3 hour drive we arrived in Manuel Antonio for a one day stay to rest and start to re-acclimate. Our accomodations ...
... which wasn't running as it was being cleaned but I could understand the process anyway. First we went to the laboratory to watch some tests being made on box strength. They form the boxes using glue and then put them in a compression machine which presses down vertically on the boxes and tells you the maximum resistance force the box is able to implement. A few slightly different shapes of boxes are used by Fyffes; one is actually able to withstand more force ...