Hotel Le Bergerac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... was a mummy hanging about looking for her baby, but there was none. In the morning I walked to the pet shop that I had spied earlier in the week and got some pet shampoo and flea drops and spray. He had another bath and still he was grey in his white spots. He was so nervous and remained embedded in the blankets.
Well what was I to do now? I had not planned on getting a cat, even though I love them and feel happier when there is one in my ...
... ill. My dreams of getting a nights sleep on the plane were not met as I arrived in Costa Rica with red eyes from sleeplessness. Huh. Red eye flight. That name really makes sense now. Once off the plane the memories of the bad flight were quickly pushed to the back of my mind. Finally I was in San Jose. Getting through customs and baggage was a breeze and we quickly found our ride to the casa.
The casa is beautiful. Our host family has been very welcoming, and ...
Rhea Lynn borrowed her sister’s four-runner so we could go and pick up Bambi’s daughter Kimberly. We left town and were about 2 or 3 miles outside of Sámara when it started freaking out and eventually slowed to a stop. So there we were in the middle of the street in the middle of the jungle in the middle of Costa Rica with a broken down car and 1 cell phone with barely any battery and no service. ¡Que mierda! Also we were conveniently stopped on a ...
... takes an incredible amount of time to climb up to the top, but once you are up there you have breath taking views. Very beautiful country side.
San Jose and Alajuela are very Americanized, with McDonalds, Burger King, Applebees, KFC and Taco Bell.
We did stop by McDonalds just to experience it. The restaurant is the same as in the United States even down to the free wifi.
We walked around San Jose and bought a delicious strawberry, ...
... the canopy for the more adrenaline focused or the Orchid Garden for those wanting a more sedate activity. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes including Stella's Bakery on the way back from the reserves where the odd bit of wildlife drops by, such as the Coati that scurried through with its lunch in its mouth. Disclaimer Trip paid for by myself - Travelling with Journey Latin America Photos and copy property of Louise Dransfield unless otherwise ...