Casa Ridgway Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... have 2-factor authentication enabled for most of my services, and since I no longer have access to texts on my regular number I wasn't able to get things setup on the iPhone 4 right away. To remedy the problem, I changed my text number from my computer for the services I need to use. I have a Google Voice number that I can get texts on while here, so once I made the change it was a straightforward ...
... nice and is home to the local fleet.
We continued down the highway to Uvita. We read that Uvita has a population of 1,000 but the rain forest is so thick one would never know. The forest literally comes down to the beach. Playa Uvita is part of Playa Ballene (Whale) Marine National Park. In retrospect, we saw little of Uvita and none of nearby Ojochal. I had corresponded with a couple who owned a furniture store in Uvita but we never even saw the store.
... to set me up with. (I avoided that one.) Most of us slept on the way as drominine tends to knock people out. We checked into the hotel, got settled, paid our exit tax, and went to eat supper at a local Costa Rican restaurant. We came back and did Bible study and small groups. Tomorrow will be an early morning as we are meeting at 3:45 to head to the ...
... strong too which was a bonus. We had a few drinks and exchanged contact info with some of those who were departing. It always sad saying goodbye to the people we've grown close to and shared a lot of laughs with over the past 2.5 weeks. At the bar we also made our plan for tomorrow since we didn't have bus tickets. There are two busses to Puerto Viejo, one that leaves at 6 and one that leaves at 10. Initially we planned on taking the 10:00 bus but we agreed to take ...
... asked if he could show me where we were. He told me you are "aqui", but the other Tico told me "no, you are aqui". Crazy.......
I drove over a uncovered manhole, unknowingly went down a one way street until a taxi driver was shaking his head and finger at me saying no and much more.
We were successfully in getting to our destinations eventually.
After a busy day in San Jose, Alajuela and surrounding towns we returned back to the ferry ...