Mi Casa Hostel El Tesoro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Fue un fin de semana increíble. El viernes Rachel, Sarah, y yo fuimos a Puerto Viejo. Llegamos a las siete en la noche, comimos y en la cocina, conocimos una chica de Alemania. Ella es muy amable y interesante. Ella esta visitando Costa Rica y después de esta semana, ella visitará Jaco para clases de surf. Después, nosotras dormimos muy bien. …
... beans). Then off to discover San Jose. We got directions from the hotel which I then kinda disregarded because my map was better. After a scenic tour of non-tourist San Jose I accepted that maybe my map courtesy of trip advisor (in hindsight, it was completely wrong very wrong for nearly every major site) wasn't accurate and to take direction from the locals. After following said directions we ended up in what would be tourist central in high tourist season (it ...
... only a few dollars and he did give us lots of directions), and he spent the lunch being very amused by calling his american friend in Jamaica to tell him he was having lunch with us and to get us to chat to him on the phone. and then on the walk back into town we asked what he did for a living and he said he was a pirate-drug trafficer! He'd been the owner of a helado shop when we met him so we hope he was ...
... walked assuming I'm a rude *******o.
On that note I will spend a couple of minutes composing a succinct goodbye.
PS: The photos came from the OM facebook page, I have yet to get up at 4:30 to get the sunset shots that equal these, that's a major difference between the east and west coasts, when I was in Brasilita last time I took sunset pictures without leaving the ...
... tourists to be ultra careful of. Our first visit was the monkeys. We stood outside their cage and watched the crazy 4-5 different types playing and jumping around the cage. There were so many orphaned babies in there. After a interesting introduction about the monkeys our volunteer said "ok we're going inside." I was quite shocked at first as I didn't know we got to do that. I was a little reluctant but Stuie was over the moon. Monkey's are his favourite!! Before ...