Rincon del Valle Hotel & Suites
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Yesterday I got into Costa Rica around 1:30 and had a super easy time getting through customs/immigration. It was so easy that I actually worried I missed a step or something.
Once I got out, one of the women from CIEE was waiting for me and another one of the girls from the program was there. Within a few minutes we had all the group …
... on the highway and we figured it out together. He was really nice too and pretty impressed with our Spanish!
We were pretty surprised with the similarities at the mall. Someone told us that when it opened, it was the largest one in Central America. That seems right to me, this mall was HUGE! (http://www.multiplaza.com/mapa.php)
We found it pretty funny that there was Forever 21, Pandora, Levi, Express, Columbia, and Tommy Hilfiger. I ...
... our new friends were, however, quite interested and it was interesting to see their options.
Atenas is reputed to have the best weather in the world. That is all very well but weather does not necessarily dictate feeling comfortable in one's surroundings. For us, it was disconcerting to see house after house with eight foot walls topped ...
... calipso-ish, flamenco-ish band. Our toast: "To getting lost!"
On day three we escaped san Jose, bound on a bus to Playa Hermosa. San Jose is pretty cool, but no one comes to Costa Rica to spend time In a concrete jungle. Give us a beach! Give us a jungle! Sam had hooked up some couch surfers for us to stay with, a Canadian expat and a uraguayian expat, both surfers, both great guys, and both enjoyed a bit of the Caribbean herbs. They were almost as ...
... more markets of arts and goods. Although I was very tempted to buy one of the beautiful, handmade hammocks, I didn't want to have to mail it back so soon. But I did buy a really pretty turquoise necklace.
Tomorrow, we are headed to Playa Santa Teresa for several days. We hear that it is a beautiful beach town. I am hoping to try my luck at scuba diving and ride a zip-line there. Those were two must-dos for Central America.