Casa Conde Apartotel & Suites San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Thu Mar 26
-mellow hike n pool morning. Longish drive to San Jose.
-excellent dinner at Grano de Oro. Found out about a costa rica vs ...
The Costa Rican border was only a short journey away from San Juan, however, it was much more official than any border we have been to yet so it seemed to take forever to get through it! We had to have proof of our onwards journey out of Costa Rica, and our bags were all put through an X-ray machine! The bus we were on was pretty luxurious - air con and reclining seats, a far cry from the chicken buses we have gotten used to ...
... before we could make it all the way to Panama we had to stop off in Costa Rica. Glad we could get that all cleared up. So San Jose, Costa Rica the best way to describe it "short lived". We pulled into the bus station (Tica bus again, no in ride movie but aren't you glad you checked out "Breakdown" great movie right?) around 10 pm ready to find our hostel and crash for the evening. A short taxi ride ...
... was asked at least thirty or more times during our visit to the Taj Mahal! We are also happy to say that neither of us suffered from the infamous "Delhi Belly" so often associated with India. China was incredibly heavily populated and polluted almost everywhere we visited. The country has some fabulous sights to visit, and we loved to learn about Chinese history. Unfortunately, the Chinese are a dour people who seldom smile and often stare. They have ...
... morning off we did a Tarzan swing by jumping off a rickety bridge into some trees- really good fun!
Once our feet were firmly back on the ground we went on a foodie tour to learn about sugar, coffee and chocolate. The estate was family run and we walked through the sugar cane which is less sweet than other places in the world because of the climate. The sugar cane was heated with water and once stirred quickly made a fudge like caramel which ...