Country Inns & Suites By Carlson San Jose
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... effort on my part to mark the occasion in Costa Rica, as it was more a matter of coincidence, than anything else.
I can forget each and every subsequent VD, and still proudly point to 2015, when I gave Benita VD in Costa Rica. How many guys can claim to have given their partner VD in Costa Rica? It'll be my claim to fame, to have done so in such an exotic locale! Of course, whether or not Costa Rica is ...
... saving more money by carefully crafting porridge for breakfast each morning. After some experimenting with using water instead of milk I realised water with porridge sucks - note to self. I have also gotten back to my roots and have started borrowing ingredients from everyone in the hostel. Monitoring peoples movements and various item levels of fullness has allowed me to determine which foods are there to be taken and which are there to be day by ...
... Karla whom we call Paisana ( because she is from Honduras). She lives in a half build house for 300 dollars a month ( soo expensive ) with Nelson. A super sweet man. Because we don't have a kitchen we decided to help each other out. They cook for is all and we buy the groceries. We have spend so much money already in our mini vacation that now I'm looking foreword to go on the road, really travel and go cheaaapp. Lots of love to my friend and mama' s and dad back ...
Today was our first full day on the build site. I felt that we all went there more prepared for what the day would bring. We were able to all jump right into jobs on arrival. Still working on digging the trenches for the foundation of the house. Loads and loads of moving buckets and buckets (100's) of dirt, clay and sand around a very small work site. The masons and our team ...
... the hell am I? Apparently in El Poy. The bus driver pointed me in the direction of the border, straight down the road. I approached a toll gate of sorts with a sign indicating no walking, this made me nervous as I needed to walk past to get over the border. I spoke to some police who were very friendly and directed me to the Azul building. It was about a 200 metres walk dodging mud puddles and rain. I made it to the El Salvador immigration office. It was very quick, I handed them ...