Hotel Cortez Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Bobo from “Finding Bigfoot” is priceless and had us all in stitches. By the end of the ...
It's as much about the journey, as it is the destination. Well after about 40 hours of travel, I have reached the first destination, San Jose, Costa Rica. Mum and Dad did the parent thing and drove me to the airport. Mum drew the short straw and came with me to check in, while Dad got the task of reading the papers in the car. After an hour in the Virgin check-in line, we got the to front of the queue only to be turned away as I didn't have an ESTA, ...
... they had no idea where I could get my timbre. So I turned around and asked another store closer to the police station, they told me to go to the post office, so naturally I went back to the police station. I asked the guard and he said the place was right around the corner and had no idea why my map was so messed up! The officer took me through the restricted areas, the cops only parts, of the station so I could get my timbre before the stores closed! We ...
... program but improving the care and management of the horses.
At Manos, it was wheelchair-palooza. The students did some amazing MacGuyver moves to position patients in their chairs as well as to adjust the wheelchair parts to make the chair actually fit the patient. It was great to see all the girls not be afraid of tools, and not be afraid of getting a little dirty or greasy. They were pleased with their results, and the patients looked 100% better after ...
... we stumbled upon Chinatown in San Jose. And yes, there was the big gate which is in every Chinatown. But here, there were only around 4 Chinese shops. Not surprising as I didn't think San Jose has a large Chinese population! We managed to find our way back and we got ready for the farewell dinner with our tour. We headed to a restaurant called Machu Picchu, a Peruvian restaurant which Pedro suggested. I was excited for ceviche again! So it was ceviche ...