Country Inns & Suites By Carlson San Jose
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... went. We were left trying to communicate with the staff at the hostel who didn't have even one word of English. I thought this was a bit strange given that the owner of the hostel is American and he runs Spanish classes that he hadn't taught his staff a few rudimentary words of English to improve the check in process. Anyway here we were. We were shown down a dingy stairway to our rooms. Oh my god. The website describes the rooms as basic but concrete bunker would be closer to the ...
... and pupusas to keep us occupied. The good news about the waterfalls is that there is an arrangement that the Police escort and drive tourists out to the waterfalls! This is awesome as it takes about 20 mins to drive there, and the best news? This service is FREE! Yep, free lift and tour! But the tour only happens at 3pm everyday! So, despite arriving Suchitoto at 12pm, we have to waste 3 hours before we can do any sightseeing of the waterfall!
... a lot longer that we thought tho, and we ended up sitting there for about 3 hours. We hadn't had breakfast either so ended up doing an unintended 23hr fast!! After that the fight was gone out of us so we found a spot at a beach and parked up to camp. Playa Sunzal is a surfing mecca here - everyone else staying there was there purely for the surf! We parked Jennay up in the back yard of a hostel and we were allowed to camp there, practically for free. We ...
... seeing what we came for. It was worth the $4 but I just hate the process. We hiked through some farm land and had great views. The waterfalls were awesome to see and we had a few high jumps which I am partial too. Had to show off with a running backflip of course. One guy did a backflip at a bad angle and skimmed the wall by inches. Quite lucky he didn’t hit anything. After the hike back up, we had some amazing street food for less than a $1. Screw ...