Mi Casa Hostel El Tesoro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... friendly restaurant called "Zion" in our Lonely Planet, so endeavoured to find this. We believe we found the right place, although the name had been changed to "Madre Tierra". Regardless the place offered some interesting veggie options, a rooftop bar and cocktails. We were in. The place turned out to be lovely, with an excellent barman who provided us with good banter, polite service, and free s************tails when he made a batch for ...
... 5 hour journey onto Puerto Viejo. On the later bus there weren't any seats left so we had to stand for the entire journey which wasn't too bad! Upon arrival we searched for a nearby hostel. Unfortunately with it being New Years eve everywhere we tried was full. Even the most expensive hostels. A local man, by the name of Cooly, saw that we were in need of somewhere to stay so used his bicycle to go round every hostel he knew ...
The first day of the year. The year half of which we will still be abroad! 2015 has got to be a great year. Seeing more of the world, gaining new memories and experiences plus returning home to family and friends. My first moment of he year was Ryan waking me up. Saying 'Steve there's a howler monkey right above our room!' Being so close I jumped out of bed to see, still half asleep. I looked up the in the trees and all I saw was some ...
Anyways, arriving after dark, we were fortunate that our driver drove us around to three hostels before we were able to find accommodation for the night. What we ended up getting was a sweet little hotel that was actually very nice for a cheaper price than the hostels nearby - figure that! So we decided to plant ourselves there and stay for our entire duration!
Next thing to organise was bike hire. We score some sweet beach cruisers for the entire stay and ...
... David about what to see and how to get there and did some research about where we should be going in Costa Rica while we're here before setting off to see some museums. The streets of Sam Jose were a little dodgy and not too safe, but I didn't feel too uneasy about life. Explored the national museum of Costa Rica and learned about the indigenous people and the Spanish invasion before heading to the local craft markets. I was looking around for a handmade coin purse to carry my money ...