Costa Rica Tennis Club & Hotel
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On our return to San Jose for a night's stay before the morning flight we opted to enjoy a bit of what America has to offer :-) One of the hotels next to the airport with decent reviews and the possibilities to pay with miles happened to be the Holiday Inn. A *********-squeaky mattress goes a long way for a good night's sleep... We seemed to have found a lot of not-so-comfortable mattresses in ...
... Yamileth and her family have graciously helped us settle into their home and truly live by the motto "mi casa es su casa". Using borrowed jammies and corner store toothbrushes we were set up to rest the night away (and watch lots of rodeo coverage-popular between Christmas & New Years) in hopes of shaking Dane's sickness and our combined exhaustion (to the point of feeling dizzy & drunk!). Let the adventure ...
... airport. I couldn't really remember how far it was to the airport so allowed a lot of time and good job I did! Now the fun starts. First I had to pay $25 to check in a bag, then security got me. Yes they caught me, I had explosives in my bag. I should've hidden them a bit better really. Okay so what happened was they were doing random hand swabbing checks (which was weird enough) and of course they chose me. I mean why ...
... sleeps. The morning chorus here is not just birds, it includes howler monkeys. After breakfast I went for a walk along the tracks in the jungle around the hostel. At 10 the guy who runs the hostel dropped me in town and I wandered towards an area where I knew there were caimans, Along the way I got distracted by the Scarlet Macaws. After admiring them for a while I continued, only to get distracted by the Jesus ...
... wasn't too hungry, so I got a few little things. I got guacamole, gallo de queso (tortillas and cheese), and a chicken empanada. On the way home from dinner, the TA led us to a supermarket and we were able to pick up boxed wine to bring on the field trip with us :)
Tomorrow we leave for ten days to go camping. We'll be on the Pacific Coast the whole time, and I can't wait. Again, I'll post pictures whenever possible.