Hostel Casa Del Parque
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6am on a Tuesday morning, and we are descending into Costa Rica as the sun peaks over glossy green mountains. The Canadian guy sitting next to me, Adam, is onto his 6th beer of the 5 hour red eye flight, hasn't stopped talking, and is telling us "as soon as I get to my uncle's place I'm having some breakfast vodka." Hardcore, Adam. Fun fact about …
The last of our few days in La Fortuna were incredible. I never was able to get any decent pictures of the Chollin Hot Springs since it was always so dark when we were there. But I did manage to do a Google Image search and steal a picture from someone else.
The last night we were in La Fortuna, we went out with a guy from Switzerland, Phillip …
... singing, candle lighting, praying that a 12 year old can endure. It was a lovely Mass but the language factor together with the dirty little breeze that caught us all by surprise was all too much for him - a mucus bomb today. We snuck out and cabbed it home in good spirits happy that we went but even happier to be heading home early. We were both hungry so I braved my first cup of coffee and he had a mandarin and Anzac biscuits.
I arrived in Costa Rica alone, Kevin and I got separated in Nicaragua. I drank to much, with some locals wigged the **** out, bcus kevin made me go back to hostel! Woke up at 6 am got on a bus to Managua, Nicaragua. Felt bad about leaving with out telling Kevin, so I went back to Leon, and Kevin had all ready left. So I then decided to get a cheap hostel in down town Leon. Found one for $3.00 a night. Stayed there, woke up at 8.45am I new that ...
So we made it! After spending an extensive length of time on flights and inside the Dallas-Fort Worth Terminal (Terminal D is by far the best) we landed in San Jose. It was already dark when we landed so we jumped into the cab, found our hostel and passed out.
Today we spent the better part of 2 hours exploring San Jose and can say we adequately have seen it all. Already bored by the capitol city we determined to find something exciting to do. We hoped we might make ...