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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaleku Hostel Alajuela
They won't pick you up at the airport, but they do have hourly free shuttle back to the airport which we really appreciated. Nice kitichen, wifi. Close to supermarket, and walking distance to Bank of Costa RIca in mall to pay airport exit tax if want to pay ahead of time.
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... is different in the AirBnB listing. The price for the taxi was $4 US which is what we had read the cost would be.
Got ourselves unloaded and met our first neighbor, Graham. Was heading to the Envision festival the next day. Then Tom arrives, also heading to the festival. He had his guitar with him and entertained us for the evening. Another couple from Arizona arrived also heading to the festival and we all had a great ...
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... my harness, I told myself to just keep breathing and take my time. I successfully attached the carabineer to my harness and signalled that I was ready to come up.
Slowly and gently I was drawn upward, first upside down and then my body drawing upright. I gratefully grabbed Danny’s hand as he guided me on to the solid surface of the platform. Trembling with adrenaline, I accepted a congratulatory hug ...
... fries and some chicken, and charged Jake $16. I'm usually pretty calm, but once bags and people were all packed up and Jake still wasn't back, I started to panic. I ran around the block twice with Alex stalling the bus driver. As I'm running aorund like a mad woman, yelling Jake's name in the street, not knowing which soda he was in the second time, he came running form the other direction. The bus driver only shook his head. Ironically the bus stopped at a ...
... both from local and international tourists; varying from a Boston dad wanting to spot monkeys with his daughter; a Costa Rican family, ranging in age from 2 to 80, making the most of the 'Universal path'; to a group of French photographers with the largest camera lens I've ever seen. We looked quite different in our dirty work gear to the tourists in their bright whites and fluros and after weeks of Raleigh it was amazing to smell an impeccably clean couple of guys walk by! Whilst ...