Rincon del Valle Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
hours from playa Coco on the bus and here i am, in a capital of Costa rica, beautifully located in the middle of mountains, the city itself doesnt struck with it is beauty, with the exception of few historical buildings such as the National Theater. The Сentral avenue us the hub for the market, with tons of super cheap quality clothes, shoes, homewear, lots of people ...
... dough with carrots, pork, cilantro, etc and then covering it with leafy looking things to boil. Ticos usually eat then with Lizano sauce; Ticos love their condiments! It tasted somewhat bland, but I enjoyed the conversation. Later, merienda turned into a baila sess. Anyone who knows me, knows that I can't dance ( it's because I'm Asian!) but it was fun dancing to Aventura and watching the Ticas dance sassily in ...
Today we were up early for our trip to Bocas del Toro, Panama. We are travelling with our friends Karen and Steve. We are all presently living in Costa Rica, so this will be a short flight. Panama is the country south of Costa Rica. Bocas del Tora is located on the Caribbean side of Panama. Bocas del Toro means " mouth of the bull". There ...
... so beautiful & some great pics to come. Then a few of us hiked to the lagoon 30 mins away up a steep set of steps. The view was stunning & just made you want to jump in & swim :) The last stop on the schedule was La Paz waterfall & animal sanctuary. It's owned by an American guy & the government give him damaged or non- rehabilitated animals to look after - such as jaguars, pumas, leopards, weird giant at things & many more. There is a bird aviary - where ...