Casa Cambranes Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... were just about able to plaster a smile on their faces at the appropriate places in order to make them look like they were paying attention. It became more evident of how difficult the morning was going to be for them when Chris ordered a fruit smoothy with the words' The green one' and just pointed , hoping for the best. He got what he needed though!.
The farmer's market in San Jose is situated down a nice mass of steep concrete steps- Of course people I ...
We arrived late afternoon into San José and were heading off super early the next morning (we hadn't heard great reports on the capital so it was just a transfer point). So this means it's a super quick update (with no photos!)....I went for a really nice meal in a posh hotel and Keith played poker and had KFC afterwards! Adios SM (P.S don't worry we didn't have an argument, the separate nights were ...
... and razor wire. One almost expected to see houses with moats to isolate its residents from the neighbors.
Additionally, the walls and zero lot lines conveys a sense of a "siege mentality that is very uncomfortable to people such as ourselves. These and other factors combine to make San Jose and the Central Valley of little interest to us.
... sweet! We saw the process of chocolate making from the cocoa beans in the pod, which taste surprisingly sweet, a little like mango, to the end product- delicious melted chocolate. We finished our tour by seeing coffee production which is very important to Costa Rica's economy. The majority of Costa Rican coffee is Arabica coffee which is considered the highest quality in the world by many. We saw the coffee bushes which have beans that are red and berry like when ...
Today was another crazy day. I still don't always know what I'm agreeing to but it never turns out bad. I'm just usually a little surprised, but I try to keep an open mind. This morning, I woke up at 5:30 to get ready for school. I went to "high school" with Sofi, but it's more like middle school and high school combined. There are 6 grades in "el coliego". School starts at 7 and ends at 4:30 but they have recesses and long lunches and snack times. And, they only ...