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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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so i know you must be wondering...where does brown sugar come from?
well, it's your lucky day my friend. i went to the brown sugar factory today (and not the one where you need dollar bills...sickos). REAL brown sugar. our professor took us on a road trip up the mountain a bit to have breakfast and check out the booming industry of sugar. lucky for us, no one was working today, so we got to peak around the place without hassle. and we ...
This morning we woke up to the sound of thumping on our roof. It was a family of white faced monkeys jumping around from bungalow to bungalow! There was a very cute little baby one riding on its moms back too. They would peak there heads down from the roof to look at us and then jump around some more. It was breakfast time so they were jumping down to the lime trees outside of our window ...
Just a really quick note tonight to reassure family and friends that we arrived safe in Costa Rica around 12:30 today. Great flights and care via WestJet (as usual)... we also had amazing flying weather! Clear skies, you could see the ground or ocean most of the way, just a few beautiful white fluffy clouds for contrast:-)
Customs was a breeze despite the great quantity ...
I've spent the last couple of days in San Jose and then travelling just an hour away to the much more pleasant San Ramon. During my time I managed to catch up with two Raleigh friends and get a taste of Costa Rican family life. San Jose appealed slightly more on my second visit, but remains a pretty ugly city! Wandering through the chain of squares and parks, with a wealth of people walking, sitting ...
Last day in Costa Rica! Nooooo!! I just want tos tay here until the end of the summer and learn Spanish and hang out!!! Why must all good things come to an end T.T
Anyway, today was originally reserved for Volcan Poas, a nearby volcano, but we opted for Sarchi instead. The craft central of Costa Rica!
Of course we took a local bus there ($1.60, 40 mins?). It was the grandest bus we have taken thus far in ...