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... And ask every souvenir shop and restaurant whether anyone had turned in a lost key. Nothing. Not even the presence of the church had compelled whomever picked it up to do a good deed.
I stopped in to a tourist excursion office: Wave Expeditions. The people there were extremely nice and helpful. Of all the people I spoke with, only they offered to call the rental company for me. In the end, we ended up taking them up on the offer. While I worked with them ...
... I got out the driver told me it was "3", so I thought $3 and thought, meh that's not too bad. However once I gave him the money he told me it was 3000 colones, which is $6! I was like uh, F off. I know how much this taxi should be. He told me that's what the metre said, I looked and it said 2700, we'd been stood talking so it wasn't even near that amount and shouldn't have been near that anyway. I ended up making him wait, on purpose, while I ...
Canyoning! After resting for a couple of days, we finally decided to go waterfall rappelling. Waterfall in Spanish is catarata, I find it really fun to say. We had our last class with Royner, I really enjoyed having conversations with him and i will miss his class. He laughed all the time and seemed to just love life! Royner is the English class coordinator at the Monte Verde campus, so he speaks Spanish and English very well. His next journey will be to Belgium so he ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Montelena Santa Elena
This hotel/hostel is definitely one of the best we've ever been in. The rooms are extremely tidy and spacious and the beds are pretty good as well. What makes this place stand out however is the very friendly staff. Miguel provided us with all the assitance we needed and was definitely the nicest hotel owner we've ever met.
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