Casa Ridgway Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... with bringing in a mechanical Bull for the kids to ride at lunchtime. Natural course of events.. so there we are, a mechanical bull no less- right there in the middle of the yard...yeeha Guanacaste! I did ask- there's no link.
Oh! apparently we have a departmental meeting next week- our only meeting of the month, what with that and my 9 frees a week and apparently having to leave by 3.30pm, I best find something to do in the evenings......
... from high school, students must obtain 70% on each of the 5 main subjects. Houses in the country have no addresses, no numbers, no road names. You get directions with landmarks! The postal delivery person must live in the area. Letters are addressed as: the blue roofed house with the red gate, one kilometre past the pasture with banana trees! We visited the farm and house of Jennifer and Randall Huertas Rojas. They have 40 goats and one ram. ...
... I haven't made any calls yet. Pretty much all the utilities in Costa Rica are government controlled via ICE (pronounced ee-say, because Spanish), and historically there are reports of slow-to-progress issues. However, it seems that the cellular network has come a long way fairly quickly.
One thing I did forget to do before leaving the US was getting my iPhone 4 completely setup with my ...
... the Central and Southern Pacific regions. The scenery was incredibly beautiful. No other word can possibly describe the vistas we passed.
To our surprise, the roads were in far better condition than we had read. It was at this point that many of us began to realize that the material on the Internet pertaining to Costa Rica is badly outdated. Even so, our ride to the Pacific coast was anything but comfortable. For hours, we went from straight up to ...
... bus and went to Cartago. In Cartago, they took me to all these places to take pictures. They took me to the hospital because they know I want to study medicine. And various other places. We also went to this huge church that is quite beautiful and very old. They were explaining the importance of it to me but I didn't really understand because the words they were using were never in my vocab packets. This is what I gathered: they love the Virgin Mary and ...