Hotel Beacon Escazu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... later learned that a brush fire had broken out in another gated community not too far away. Pete and Stef manage another property there and essentially spent all Sunday responding to the proximity of the fire. It apparently came within 30 feet of that casita, and they had to find another place for those tenants to stay while the apartments were cleaned. Between volcanoes and incendiary brush and Americanized malls, this place is full of surprises.
... Virgin terminal and dropping off my bags for my connecting flight, it's time to find the Delta terminal. LAX is huge, but lucky it's a nice day and I have all the time in the world (or at least it feels like it). A stroll along the terminals and I'm at Delta. Boarding pass collected and desperate for the bathroom, I head straight through security (because apparently you're not allowed to go before you check in). Now I have to give the US credit with ...
... But then my guide just suddenly had it all sorted for me - amazing. A van which will take me direct to the address I needed. It arrived at 8am and it was just me. And free wifi. Even better!! Costa Rica is just the most beautiful country. Everything is green. Trees, hills and animals everywhere. The roads are winding but around every corner is a new surprise. This is by far my favourite country of Central America and I wish I was staying ...
Rural Costa Rica is such a pleasure. The gardens are manicured, the gates and houses painted. Schools are up and functioning and well maintained. Farms are neat and organized and usually mechanized. One feels in the presence of something that works. This was further reinforced when I found the small village of Pozo Azul, a few km off the main road. Gordon spent almost two weeks there this summer with his service ...
So we arrived in San Jose two nights ago now. First night we landed at the airport just before midnight. This was followed up by passing through our 5th set of customs since beginning the journey, receiving our second passport stamps. Eventually deciphered the Spanish to find the luggage carousel (turns out was written in English just below the Spanish the entire time…), grabbed our (excessive amount of) baggage, and ...