Casa Cristal Boutique Hotel
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... than just the small part you can see now. Such guiris!
There were some nice parks nearby so we spent some time there before heading to the Mercado Central for some dinner. We picked the restaurant with the most people at it (standard holiday tactics) and both ordered a casado (a typical dish with chicken or meat, rice, fried plantain and vegetables and/or salads).
Day one done. Still hasn't set in I am really here yet!
... bright, clear and sunny, 70 degrees. We walked to school in shirt sleeves and sunglasses. By the time we left school, about 12:30-1:30 or so, the white fluffy clouds had moved in. By 2:00, the white had turned dark, the temperature had dropped several degrees, and when a light, cool breeze started, we had about 10 minutes to find shelter because...then it poured in buckets and sheets, ...
... in my life which is saying a lot since I have been to 40 countries.
Then we tried quesadillas, which are famously well known at Pangea for their tastiness. The Pangea Hostel Stayed open for food till 12 am and drinks made their rounds well into the night.
We also had a ...
... people. It is great to see so many day trippers sitting, people-watching, enjoying the sunshine and the buskers that perform on many of the corners. When you talk to the oldies, they reminisce about the days when everyone spent their Sundays in the park, socializing after church and meeting prospective fiancees! I remember in '86 when I lived in Tilaran, a small town in Guanacaste, every family in the region came to town on a ...
... a couple of more days and attempted hike on up to the Cerro Rabo de Mico. The trail through the preserve to the summit is steep and takes takes about 2 and 1/2 hours. Alonso says is a very popular hike for many Costa Ricans who come up from San Jose every weekend. Maybe at the end of our trip.....