Casa Ridgway Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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To end our first day (yes I know I'm late), we had lunch and dinner from local stores in Costa Rica. Wandering around the streets, we realized two things. 1. The drivers are crazy. 2. Many of the local men seem to find our group...'interesting'. The drivers (especially bus drivers) do not follow the whole red light, green light rule, and a cross walk is like the hunger games. You must look both ways....look both ways again....look both ways again....if no one is ...
... Watch out: here comes a tourist! Tonight, we walked over to a very nice hotel and had a really good dinner. But first, some teenagers taught us to dance! We learned the marange(?), salsa, and one other one that I can't remember-baracha maybe? It was difficult but really fun! And then we watched them dance and they were AMAZING! Seriously so good. Well, I have an early day tomorrow. Breakfast at 6:45 and then off to Arenal to see a Volcano. Fun ...
... window shopping and visiting the Mercado Central. The hostel wasn't too far from the university, so one morning was spent walking around campus. I like seeing universities in different places, I don't know why, ad it actually made me miss uni. For days I watched TV and ate cookies and yoghurt. One night we had drinks with the staff and other guests in the garage.
... With a cheerful smile and wave from her we away over to the Costa Rica side.
Costa Rica and we had to individually go through immigration. We needed evidence of our outwards passage from Costa Rica or Panama (airline ticket was sufficient) and ...
... pineapple and sugar cane plantations with other mystery plants called Heart of Palm. I had an opportunity to photograph the bananas at the boat landing later that afternoon.
Our first visit was to a privately owned section of rain forest which has been set up to give opportunities of walking in the rain forest and travelling in cable car gondola to travel through the forest, firstly at about half the tree height and on the return at or above the ...