BEST WESTERN Irazu
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... at Cinnabon and Pizza Hut while we were there. Pretty close to a USA mall if you ask me? We went in the Forever 21 and Tom’s and found the prices to be comparable to what we’ve seen in the USA. Our guess would be that there was about 50-60% USA stores.
Then we saw a pet store, sporting goods store, grocery store, arcade, a weird bike track for kids to drive around in foot controlled bumper cars, and some stores we were not familiar with. ...
... and razor wire. One almost expected to see houses with moats to isolate its residents from the neighbors.
Additionally, the walls and zero lot lines conveys a sense of a "siege mentality that is very uncomfortable to people such as ourselves. These and other factors combine to make San Jose and the Central Valley of little interest to us.
... frustrated is an obvious understatement!! Thankfully we happened upon a kind, competent airline worker. AND thankfully all our flights from Panama back through to San Jose had been with the same airline. She actually pulled us out of line, canceled our Houston to BR flight and the NOLA to Houston flight, AND put us on a flight to San Jose THAT night. A stoke of luck for us. This took her all of 15 minutes! We gave her big hugs and ran flat out to catch our plane. ...
... their surf mad dog, Lupe. We were also joined for most of our time there by another friend of theirs (a dead ringer for Matt Crockett), who taught us a new Costa Rican word: mae. It means dude or bro, and he was dropping it two to three times per sentence. We stayed with them for three nights. Our second day there was valentines day. we woke up at 5:30 to go surfing with the guys. It was amazing to watch the sun rise over a glittering black sand beach, with ...
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Up at 05-00 and on the road at 06-00 so I could get to the border before all the traffic and coaches. On the way I saw my first ever cart pulled by oxen !
Once there got a guy to help me with the Nicaraguan side, again the offices were all over the place. I wanted to keep the bike permit as an example of how many stamps and signatures it required but the took it off me. Four stamps today on it and I was ...