Castle Tam Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Tam Hostel San Pedro
A good hostel, with a nice atmosphere and very friendly and helpful staff. The city was deserted and closed over easter, and the staff made an effort to still make our stay in San Jose a good one. Two kitchens, good wifi, and a good breakfast!
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... look #56. Tomorrow- more Spanish, dancing, cooking class, and watching 'the fault in our stars'- with Spanish subtitles to keep it educational ;) half price for movies on Wednesday, therefore, we go. Fun fact: government jobs/ kids were given off today because the Costa Rican soccer team was returning home. My host mom got to touch one of the the guys' hand at the ...
This morning we woke up to the sound of thumping on our roof. It was a family of white faced monkeys jumping around from bungalow to bungalow! There was a very cute little baby one riding on its moms back too. They would peak there heads down from the roof to look at us and then jump around some more. It was breakfast time so they were jumping down to the lime trees outside of our window ...
... advised that they would eventually start sprouting leaves again and we saw evidence of this, with other older sticks, now showing bright green shoots at their tops. Our first weekend arrived before we knew it and the prospect of what we decided to call Fat Sunday. Before we reached that point however, we lost two of our party; one venturer left to return home, due to a leg injury picked up in the previous phase; and Sweets volunteered to head to Carara, as they ...
... there were tropical plants all around us, there were flashlights....haha only things missing were dinosaurs. The tour guides were awesome and really knew their stuff. We got back to our hotel late that night, and the power was out, of course. Haha but it made for a fun night of trying to eat dinner and get dry in pitch black rooms. The next morning we got picked up by the guides again and then headed to a natural hot spring river!! It was ...
... and the owners as well as my fellow travellers were really cool. I guess the best thing about my stay in San Jose was completing my first bungee jump! This was a childhood dream of mine, the jump itself was only 80m but was a really good warm up to the 200m-plus jumps I want to attempt in New Zealand. After San Jose I braved a 4 hour bus journey to a small town called La Fortuna to see the Arenal volcano. After a long journey it was a welcome invitation ...