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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 …
Arrived yesterday afternoon to our hostel and took it easy for the afternoon. We were very surprised that when we asked someone where we could find lunch, he walked us to a restaurant himself. And when we ran into him a few hours later, he ran across the street and up the block to ask us if we enjoyed our meal. Still can't believe how kind and …
Tuesday 6th September:
Caught a bus to San Jose today, it didn't leave gone till lunch time but our friendly hostel man let us have our room until the bus left. We had one final walk around town, then jumped on the local bus.
It took about 5 hours to get there and once we'd arrived, we walked around a little trying to find the …
San Josť is the capital and largest city of Costa Rica. Located in the Central Valley, San Josť is the seat of national government, the focal point of political and economic activity, and the major transportation hub of this Central American nation.
The population of San Josť Canton is 365,799, though the metropolitan area stretches beyond …
San Jose is a big, fast paced city with streets that reek of diesel and swell with people, buses, taxis, markets and street vendors...all going somewhere or doing something very quickly. Navigating the city was a bit difficult at times, mostly when we were trying to find a local soda or the Supermercado.
Everywhere you look, there are American …
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