Hotel Beacon Escazu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so we did stumble into a couple of air con malls and did happen to make our way to the movies a few times. One night we even went to Panamas version of gold class with massive comfy recliner seats and yummy food, and it only cost $12!!! On the 19th we decided to head north to Costa Rica as that's where we were flying to rio from. We hung around all day until our 11pm night bus. At around 4am ...
... t leave that out), all within a short drive! My kinda of place…I am picking up more and more spanish every day, no doubt by the end of the year I will be pretty close to fluent! Then I can switch my 28/28 rotation down to south America! Haha!
I will put some pictures up of the new Pad here soon. They are preparing my kingdom for me!
... Ali's hysteria still resonate every time I recall the afternoon! The best cerviche I think I will ever taste was in Huacachina! We also went against many recommendations and decided to spend a few days in Lima, which we loved! Such a metropolis of old and new, the lazer water show we watched was out of this world and surpassed even the Belagio fountains in Vegas in my opinion!
South America alone blew us away for the sheer variety ...
... Week 3 of their 5-week trip, they decided to go separate ways... yikes. Well, Chirripo is certainly a good place to spend some alone time and do his own thing.
The hours afterwards are all a blur. We were too tired to do anything. Mom was feeling mild symptoms of altitude sickness, so we just lay in the room and snacked. I definitely wanted to rest up for another hard day of hiking.
I'll post our packing list soon!!
... No ferry costs, no waiting, and the area was very nice. Very country, if that makes sense. Yet there were monkeys swinging over the road as we drove.
Well, we missed the turn back down to Jaco (the preferable way to come home since we are off the PanAm). The traffic was SO heavy at that point that we decided to go on rather than turn back. We ended up back in San Ramon, our starting point, and had a rather miserable sleep in a clean but ...