Mi Casa Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... aren't really any here and you also can't just take yourself off and hope for the best, no matter how animal you think you are!!
Anyhow, back to it, us and the Everest Guru went on a little stroll somewhere that took us to the oldest bridge of the old railway system in Costa Rica. That was interesting but not enough to keep me there for over 20 minutes. For those that have never been to Costa Rica it does not have trains apart from one that goes from San Jose ...
... of the school and how it came about. Mr Lloyd is clearly a fountain of knowledge and a very intriguing person. He's one of those people where you will probably never get bored of one of his stories.
Him and his wife have undoubtedly worked hard together to establish this school that grew originally from 5 students to now into the region of over 800, a school which runs from early years up to 19, really quite something. Amongst ...
... for the first time, I went from being completely overwhelmed to laughing for an entire day, and got to see such amazing parts of Costa Rica!
***Favorite thing about San Jose: 100%, no questions asked, the full day tour. Even though San Jose is a city similar to those all over the world, one short bus ride and you can find yourself in what the crazy Mexican referred to as "some real Harry Potter ****." It was magical!
... over one another, quite passionately!), plans seemed to have changed. I met Caro’s parents, aunts & uncles, and a few friends of the family. Everybody was especially welcoming and I could feel the love amongst her family.
The roads in San Jose are MENTAL. I had come off the plane with moderate motion sickness, dehydration, and hunger (apparently snacks have been axed from the US Airways budget). Getting into a car on ...
... headed to the bus station and the pacific coast. We drove through the mountains again and over canyons. At one point, we crossed a river and I could see crocodiles basking on the banks below.
I got off the bus, literally on the beach front at Manuel Antonio and started hopping along to the nearest hostel in the scorching heat. Unfortunately, that was full and so I had to make it to the next one. What would have ordinarily been an easy stroll was an enormous challenge and I ...