Hotel Le Bergerac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were a mango on that one bloody tree? So.. taxis are a challenge yet to be conquered.
Buses are no better- try identifying a bus stop on your own. There are some that are clearly bus stops mixed in with ' take a guess and see if you're right' bus stops . Apparently there may be a yellow line painted on the road- don't even dream that these will have a timetable. Basically, you need to rely on someone who already knows the system and where to go, so it ...
... on the top of their lungs. They really want to sell those apples! I found a square where a lot of people were sitting and feeding pigeons. I sat down and started reading my book. Ahhh, peace. I figured I could just sit here all day and not be overwhelmed. That was until I got hungry. ****. I have to try to order and pay for food again! Fortunately, for the moment, I met Warner. He started talking to me on the street and ...
Today was another crazy day. I still don't always know what I'm agreeing to but it never turns out bad. I'm just usually a little surprised, but I try to keep an open mind. This morning, I woke up at 5:30 to get ready for school. I went to "high school" with Sofi, but it's more like middle school and high school combined. There are 6 grades in "el coliego". School starts at 7 and ends at 4:30 but they have recesses and long lunches and snack times. And, they only ...
... all we really needed was a map to help us get around. We made our way the National Theatre first, then the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the Plaza de la Cultura. All beautiful sites to see. Afterwards, I made my way to the National Museum (only $2 if you have your student ID). This was nice because it really had the history of Costa Rica mapped out from forever ago. It was nice to read about all the influences the country has had throughout the years. ...
... for dinner to try some local fare as recommended by our taxi driver -Casados (married couple) is a dish of grilled meat or fish with beans, rice, salad, mashed potato and some fried plantain nom nom nom. After a day of bumming around the hostel recovering from stomach bug and taking advantage of our wifi we booked a trip out to Tortugero national park. We were picked up at 5:45 (bleugh!) and headed to the Caribbean coast. We didn't know what to expect from the tour but ...