Casa Conde Apartotel & Suites San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... which at only half the price of a taxi was still quite expensive. Back in Puerto Jimanez we had two hours to kill before the 9am bus out.
The bus ride was uneventful. We took a different route back which came in at 9 hours with no hold ups. I polished my book off early on. It's the third in the series of Pendergast novels I've been reading. The end was a bit too far fetched. I think I'll call it a day ...
... If the beer in front of you gets pierced by a dart you must then quickly drink it. Everyone was interested by this game as they have never heard of it before. We started the game in the evening just before it got dark (5:30pm) and it was played late into the night. It was a fun way to meet everyone at the hostel, some of the staff even joined us after they were done ...
... We were away for 43 days while visiting 3 countries, 4 if you include Hong Kong. We flew on 12 flights, sat in 10 different airports, spent 58 hours in planes, slept in 18 different beds, drank hundreds of bottles of water, and traveled in taxis, planes, bullet trains, subways, local buses, double-decker buses, tuk-tuks, bamboo rafts, kayaks, ferries, private cars, bicycle rickshaws, tour buses, local trains, jeeps, gondolas, trams, motorcycle, and ...
... Market. It is full of energy, colors and aroma. There is something for everyone there! Shortly after entering the Central Market, we smelled freshly roasted coffee. It did not take us a long time to discover a small, simple coffee shop which a big roasting machine.
When Max was in San Jose 5 years ago, he visited a nice coffee shop called 'El Tostador' (The Roaster). He remembered the location of this coffee shop ...
... people are so highly stressed about finances and house management and health. It's always interesting to see how others live and how they handle their struggles.
I also got to catch up with Nati, a Costa Rican PT that works with ISL and was only able to join us for the precarios. I worked with her two years ago full time at Manos. It was so nice to see her again!!
Part of the total conglomerate of students and Jason headed to Guanacaste today to complete ...