Apartotel La Sabana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stocking up on supplies we got the collectivo - basically a small lorry that has been converted into a bus to the camp. After 3 flights and a bumpy road journey, I was finally at the camp in Piro. Once on site I met the volunteers and staff and had my first in a long line of vegetarian meals. Had a fairly early night around 9:00 ready for my first day proper in the ...
... a dorm room is $10 and there is free breakfast and internet. The rooms are clean and the staff are friend, helpful, and change money (from Colones to Dollars and vice-versa). I started chatting with an English bloke called Nick, and then we played pool with Jenny, a Mexican girl and Adriana, her friend from Colombia who works at the hostel. Then Nick and I went out with Jenny and a group of her friends from Costa Rica and Mexico to a great bar called El ...
... an 1.5 hours. After that, we had lunch which was like an hour. Kattya (the mom) packed us lunches. They were so good! Rice and beans and meat. Mmmm! Also a yogurt pouch and cookies for the afternoon snack time. She is SUCH a good cook! After lunch, we spent the afternoon in one classroom and I didn't really catch what subject it was. We were in this class from 12 until 4:30 with a 20 minute recess at 2. Here's what happened: the teacher sat on his computer ...
... almost deafened headed back to the hostel to watch France play Switzerland, and have lunch. The locals were still partying several hours later, and I suspect it went on all night.
So that is it for now. Tomorrow a new adventure (and another football game or two).
1 Belo Horizonte Jungle Hostel http://bhjunglehostel.com/. About 3 k's out of town, up a rough track, not really ...
... rare. So are Rice, sugar, beans, milk, and sometimes juice are sold in plastic bags that are similar to sandwich bags. They buy the product in bulk and then fill the smaller bags.