Airport Hotel Rio Segundo
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Travel Blogs from Rio Segundo
... reach out and slap you clean across the face - ´´got him´´ they say! After dinner that night, (where we got eaten alive again), we counted the damage - we were both pretty chewed up but to give you an idea, Robbie had over 40 bites on his back alone.
Next day, we were taken on a tour of the cacao plantation that the family had set up. This was very interesting but unfortunately, we had to receive the translated version as Jearo´s Spanish was too much ...
... a mixed blessing. It’s been great for downloading books. Vivian is used to getting 21 new books from the library every week, so being able to provide her new “packable” reading material, while not cheap, has been nice. Also, letting her watch a movie or shows while on really long car rides has been a luxury too. We made the mistake of allowing her to have the iPad “when Ivy naps”, which meant we went through a ...
... find palomas very amusing and like to spend their free time chasing after them. We finally reached the house and I didn't know who was happier, Ricardo or I. Later, Ricardo showed me some talking animal apps on his ipod touch and I would laugh everytime he told me to mira at him punching the animal just so that I would please this adorable kid. FYI if anyone else shows me an app of a stupid fake cat, they won't find me as amused as I pretended to be for this kid.
... to the farm to eat yummy arroz con pollo at Rigo’s house, and celebrate his birthday with an off-key rendition of Feliz Cumpleaņos, and then my favorite Rigo tradition: the cake fight. Rigo always makes sure his cake frosting ends up on people’s faces before in their mouths. I chased his 14-year-old daughter Lisbeth around the house with frosting fingers, and am pretty sure we both won the battle when I smeared cake in her hair and she smeared it on my ...
... too far if we had to get back to San Jose, but we were hoping to make our way to Panama City for our connection.
In San Jose, we stayed at the Hostel Pangea. It was pretty cool for a hostel. It had an outdoor pool, a bar, restaurant and cool lounge area. It even had a "rooftop bar". (not like the rooftops at home, basically a deck overlooking San Jose.) It was the first hostel of the places we were where we stayed in a ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed