Alajuela Tropical Hostel
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... It is a large building but
looks larger on the outside than in. I went in and took a few photos
but after the Mezquita in Cordoba, I was disappointed. I looked around
for a bakery and walked quite a few blocks down the main street in the
other direction when I could just have headed back to the hotel because
there was a big bakery just on the way. I did get some kind of cookie
with dulce de leche. It was ...
... of Heredia near the airport; both could be slow. But, of course, the biggest problem will be getting Linda into the car at 6 AM, so I had better be off to marshal her as best I can.
It is 10:30 AM and I am sitting in COPA Airline’s VIP lounge. Yes, somehow I booked us Business Class for our short flights between the three countries. When they seated us in Business Class ...
Apart from all of this, majority of individuals, communities, and non-profit organizations in Costa Rica who are ...
... the capital city, San Jose) together. We boated, motorcycled, climbed, jungle trekked, crocodile hunted, ATVed, snorkeled, swam, ziplined and more. Indeed, it's been a month chock full of fun since last I wrote. I only hope that a picture really is worth a thousand words as I post only the following photo gallery as my newest update. (Check out the photo captions for some further details if you wish, as I did include a bit more about the journey there.) Enjoy!
... we really enjoyed this unexpected discovery.
Our hotel was in a crowded little town, Santa Elena, gateway to Monteverde National Park, but we drove through town passing by our hotel to first visit with Mary Campbell, daughter of one of the original Quaker families to settle here in the 1950's. She invited us into her home where she had arranged seating for all of us and proceeded to give us a history of her family, and ...