Hotel Le Bergerac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for the first time, I went from being completely overwhelmed to laughing for an entire day, and got to see such amazing parts of Costa Rica!
***Favorite thing about San Jose: 100%, no questions asked, the full day tour. Even though San Jose is a city similar to those all over the world, one short bus ride and you can find yourself in what the crazy Mexican referred to as "some real Harry Potter ****." It was magical!
... to not go off the paths because of the snakes! Yesterday we had to leave the bus behind and get a mini bus to a lake to wait for a ferry. There was no landing stage and no sign of a ferry. Eventually we could see two boats coming across the lake quite small they were too, nothing to worry P&O about. Two people got on the larger one and sailed off while the remaining 35 of us plus luggage got onto the smaller one ! We are now in La Fortuna and ...
... too rough, but instead went for an early morning walk along the beach which was nice. The Finnish girls left early, so I spent the day hanging out with the Swiss guys who were now in our room, drinking, playing cards, and attempting to surf at Dominical beach (which was way too difficult for us - especially since we were trying after a few beers).
The next day was another early wake up - finally off to see Anna!!
I had 7 hours in 2 buses ...
... the gravel roads so we mostly went along the beach but it was fun. On the way back my horse livened up and we got to gallop home which was ace and Del really enjoyed it too. In the afternoon we kayaked again but we were disappointed that the monkeys weren't around as I'd taken my proper camera out. We were having a few drinks at the bar later when we heard massive bangs on the roof and it was the monkeys. They were trying to steal bananas from the kitchen! We got some ...
... live in the city center, it is the most important working area of the country, which brings in more than a million people daily.
The majority of these people come to the city on busses, and the only reasonable way for tourest to get around the city is by taxi. The sea of red taxi's remind me of the waves of yellow taxi's in NYC.