Hotel Aeropuerto Costa Rica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... season and I love it. The rain is warm and refreshing.It brings out all of the beautiful colors of the flowers and illuminates the green of the leaves
2. I wish I could bottle up the small of this hotel and post it on my blog. When you are outside, you are engulfed by a beautiful melody of island orchid and rose tickling your nose. If I could breathe this scent in every yoga session, I would be one satisfied girl
... a sports bar to eat in awhile later. The food was good but I think all the workers were distracted by the game so service took awhile. I got something similar to tacos, with corn tortillas, pork, peppers, onions and pineapple.
We started heading back towards the hotel since we still had homework assignments to work on, and stopped on the way to pick up some stuff we needed (notebooks, pens, pencils). A few people went ...
... ya momma!
To add to the list of funniest things I've seen so far...
3. Nuns breaking it down on the dance floor.
4. One nun beatboxing (I'm talking "boots and cats and boots and cats and boots and cats" (say it if you don't know what I mean) and a club mix beat with bass). HILARIOUS!
It is very late and we have a 4:30 am wake up call tomorrow...we're off to go ...
... Mart". We had so much fun that we actually considered going on the next, more hardcore or extreme tour that started 10 minutes after we got back. It was a tough decision, but we decided to explore the town of La Fortuna.
Tonight, I am watching the Broncos game. The game is in english, commercials are in spanish. Broncos are up by 10 in the 4th - Pura Vida!
Tomorrow we are off to Guanacaste for sun, sand, surf and spa!
... heart of the Incas, and in turn had our own eye-opening and life changing spiritual Ayahuasca experience, something that fills us with warmth and happiness even at the mention. It was in Cusco where Pat came out to meet us, and from there we spent 3 weeks visiting the major cities, sipping pisco sours and embracing the local culture. I will never forge Pat's near death experience when we decided she should come sandboarding with us in the Huacachina desert- her ...