Casa Conde Apartotel & Suites San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in the window, then ran a 5 meter (about 16 ft) Ethernet cable further into the room plugged into an Airport Express. We setup the Airport Express as just a repeater ("Bridge Mode") for the complex's network, and we are able to browse speedily on the Internet from anywhere in our habitación!
See you tomorrow!
P.S. You can purchase the ioGear WiFi to Ethernet adapter with this link: ioGear Adapter from ...
... in all of San Jose recognized the new name. Our sleeping room was so small it was clear that either Beth or I or one of our suitcases would have to sleep outside. I went straight to the front desk and a larger room, off the busy front street was immediately made available to us. We were to learn that the hotel could be compared to a Motel 6 but the staff was as friendly and accommodating as a 5-Star Resort.
We loaded onto our bus and headed southwest. ...
... the chance to repel, Tarzan swing (which i chickened out of) and then do the 1 kilometre final zipline in the superman position where they attach you from your back and suspend your legs. It was absolutely amazing, and I felt a strange moment of silence when I was facing down onto the thick jungle with my arms out wide. Silence that was then rudely interrupted when I plummeted into the end! It was such a ...
... to keep it on line in order it hit the best rapids. It was still lots of fun. It wasn't crazy like when we went in Africa, everyone managed to stay in the boat but we still managed to get it stuck on a few rapids that flooded out our boat. We also swam in the river in a few spots including one where we could jump off the bank about 6m above the river. Halfway through there was the standard stop for pineapple and watermelon like all of the other tours with this ...
... that could
also be called home. But being able to afford amazing experiences as these make
living in this insanely cold temperature well worth it!
It's now time to prepare for the next trip which I already have a few options:
Either I go to South America to visit Bolivia and Argentina, further expanding my
list of Latin American countries visited; Or I head to a completely new culture
and culinary experience within Nepal and India, stopping in Sri Lanka for ...