Green House Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus drops me off downtown and I walk from downtown about 20 minutes to my hostel. Costa Rica backpackers hostel is very easy to find and the staff was very friendly. I make sure our reservations for the next two nights are finalized and that my friends arriving that evening will be picked up at the airport by a ...
... had suggested eating at sodas, the local restaurants, which sell cheap local food. I had a taco which didn't actually come with a taco as we would know it but just rice, meat and peppers, but was much tastier than the previous meal in San Jose, although still not packed with flavour. We were also given a dessert which was similar to rice pudding, very sweet and creamy with cloves and cinnamon.
From La Fortuna we travelled to Monteverde on ...
... of our seats, hence my need to puke from my seat. Awesome. After a rocky start, the rest of my day was great! Customs and immigration took less than 30 minutes; it was fantastic! We met our tour guide, minor, and he took us back to the hotel. We were all feeling confident after meeting minor, because we could understand his spanish. Later it dawned on us that he's used to talking to tourists so he speaks much slower. Since he's the only guy, Ian got ...
... in front or behind. Help ! I felt lucky to make the hotel (a lovely renovated old house with a metal roof, in the middle of town).
Driving down the Western coast South of Liberia I pulled in for gas and a coffee, and noticed a leather working store alongside the cafe. Spying the sewing machine, I wandered over with my black motorcycle cover sheet that needed a few stitches in the velcro that holds ...
... was so close to us I thought it was going to jump onto the kayak. It was really great just sitting watching them. We also saw a kingfisher who had just caught a fish and a small crocodile. That evening we left dinner early to go on a night bug tour. We took a boat across the river and were each given a head torch to wear. Tracey, the guide is known locally as the bug lady and she really knew her stuff. The stories she told were fascinating and within a 400meter walk we ...