Casa Conde Apartotel & Suites San Jose
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Today we watched England get officially knocked out of the world cup by Costa Rica - in Costa Rica! The locals were brilliant and cheered everything - even if their team missed or kicked the ball offside! Their draw meant that CR finished top of our group so everyone was very happy with the result. After lunch and some hammock time we got a bus to San Jose, which we luckily all got double seats on so managed to sleep away most of the journey! In San Jose we got ...
I made it back to San Jose and now that it was over a week since my injury, I made the bold move to abandon one of the crutches and limp around with one. Richie, who I had travelled with in Honduras and Nicaragua, was in San Jose and took me out. For the next two days, I essentially ate only chocolate cake, which was justified because I had a sore ankle.
My flight from Panama was the next day and so I went to the bus station to get a ticket for the over ...
... our contact while here in CR as arranged by our favorite travel agent, Rebecca, at Travelennium. In 10 minutes we were at our comfy boutique hotel, the Country Inn and Suites. Barry went next door to The Fresh Market to buy a, guess what!! diet coke! (750 colones or $1.25 for a large bottle) and a bottle of inexpensive ...
... A lot of old zinc metal roofing and siding in evidence. I had trouble with the traffic, as there is no regulation at all of motor cycles, scooters and other motorized two wheelers. I usually behave like a car in traffic, sitting placidly in the lane with my two big saddlebags on the back. I was constantly accosted by smaller bikes zooming in on one side or the other between the lanes (or in the oncoming ...
... and finding out information. However, I believe that this was one of our most magical experiences and the Rio San Juan has so much to offer. They have it set up well for eco-tourism too as only a tiny sliver of the jungle is open for exploration. 95% of it remains proper, dense, unexplored jungle where you need a folders worth of legal papers to allow you to do research. In this area, a couple of tribes still live, completely untouched by the outside world. ...
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