Centro Colon Hotel
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... quite low. However today was just amazing!!! So much fruit! Watermelon, passion fruit, papaya, pineapple, guava, physalis, mandarin, an orange fruit I've not tried before. And my absolute favourite - rambutan!!!! Oh it's been so long. The excitement didn't end there, I also ordered banana pancakes, which were delicious! I enjoyed this feast sat out in the garden by the pool in the sunshine. The view was lovely, up into the mountains. So pretty :) The rest of the morning ...
... 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 ...
... him, I could tell that he has matured by the way that he talked, which kinda made me sad. However, he was still playful, kind-hearted and innocent like I knew him to be. He insisted on playing all night but doņa Maria told him that he had all day tomorrow to play. However, children never seem to understand the concept of tomorrow like it's something that adults make up. I went to whisper something in his ear. There is a secret ...
... the more civilized part of town we hung with Sunday
afternooners, listening to some street music before heading back to the
hostel for the evening.
(We only managed to find TWO churches in all our wandering, that has
to be a record for a Latin American city! One wasn't even open!!!)
In our hostel we met Angel a Venezuelan guy whose living in Germany an we arranged to go to Volcan Irazu in the morning.
It was an early start as the two ...
... t sure if it was because of the vibe in the town itself, the fact that it was Santa Semana and people were more harried than usual, or if we've just spent too much time in Costa Rica and have jaded expectations. Whatever the reason, we just didn't click with Dominical.
Nevertheless, we had a few great memories. There was the boat trip (read "The Great Sea Turtle Hunt" entry). And thanks to Colby & Sam, Paul and I ...