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... attire next to a woman wearing rural campesino attire, with her hand on her shoulder. There is a visible class distinction between the two, but the fact that they were photographed together in this manner is something quite rare from that era--anywhere in the world. This might be a hint that Costa Rica really did have a different attitude about social classes.
Another unusual photo was of a single mother, posing for a studio portrait with here six ...
... but then that would turn out that I would be the only one not following the rules!
During the first week, on the Friday, the school were going to have one of their very few assemblies that they have throughout the year. This one was to celebrate the joining of a place called Guanacaste to Costa Rica, so what better way to celebrate with an assembly featuring some poems, some singing and dancing, the Costa Rican National Anthem all rounded ...
... of the things I've learned today: Costa Rica does not have an army. The literacy rate is 96%. Costa Ricans are called "Ticos". Costa Rica industries (in that order): Tourism, microchips industry Intel is here (who knew?), coffee, bananas and pineapples. Children under 18 cannot work unless they get permission from their parents and school authorities. I'm having a great time. Wine is ...
... 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 ...
... there will probably be a fight at some point! The natural hot springs were super warm and relaxing, were we spent sometime and had a couple of beers. Many hotels charge lots of money of the use of the hot springs but Manfred took us to a local hotspot which was free to access. As we were about to leave from the car we spotted a toucan very high in the tree this time and could only just make out the yellow/orange colour of the beak from ...
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Barrio Amon Ave 7 st. 3-3 bis, San Jose | 2 star hostelfrom $21
- Hostel pangea
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- Best Place in San Jose
- Needs love
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- Great hostel
- nice place
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- Not bad!
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Calle 7, Av. 9-11 #927, San Jose | Hostelfrom $12
5th. Ave. St. 20 and 22 Next to Tralapa Bus station, San Jose | Hostelfrom $67
Midtown, San Jose | Hostelfrom $25
- a quick little visit
200 m South and 75 m west of Spoon, Los Yoses, San Jose | Hostelfrom $21
- Mixed feelings