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... when you feel like you can't keep your energy for life up, a better way of putting is not having enough sunshine in your life and when you are with people that have that sunshine you can stand in that sunshine for a little bit while the storm passes. I think the Costa Rican people share their sunlight unknowingly.
I was sitting next to a woman with a baby and two small children. The children were going crazy!!! Yet she had this really ...
... I only met them briefly as I was so tired! Also staying here sometimes is a girl from Dublin Uni who is here doing a similar placement but for 4 months. She has been here a month already and everything she has told me sounds great.
I'm staying out of the city centre and will have a chance to relax today before Spanish lessons and work start ...
Paul recently sent me a New York Time's article with tips for traveling with one’s mother. The author advised, "Do not ever travel with your mother." After spending almost three months on the road with children that are at arguably the most difficult ages (3 and 1), I might be tempted to extend similar advice.
But I can’t because it’s just not true. I have really loved traveling with my children. I haven’t loved ...
... his pockets and handing the items to his buddy. Pretty soon his buddy started handing them back. Then the buddy took off his shirt. He unbuttoned his shorts and stopped. He walked over to one of the lounge chairs to get a towel. He came back to the scene of the "crime" and dropped the towel on the deck. Shortly after that he dropped his shorts on the deck too. Then he jumped in the pool, got the glasses and handed them to his friend.
... a lottery ticket salesperson on the sidewalk outside the cathedral. He has been selling lottery tickets at the same location for the past forty years and has managed to raise three boys and pay for two houses on his nine percent commission. All three of his sons are now studying at the University of Costa Rica. University education is very inexpensive in Costa Rica for qualified ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
Paula, who runs the place, sure is very amiable, knowledgeable and helpful. The dorms are clean but only mixed... Only 2 bathrooms in the whole place which is quite inconvenient when it is at full capacity. Breakfast slot is only 1h, but it is nice and varied. Check out is pretty early (10am) Wifi is good throughout.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.