El Rodeo Estancia Boutique Hotel & Steakhouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
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... is a matter that is up for debate - in theory, the culture, language, and people of Costa Rica should be exotic to North Americans, but it is such an established post on the Gringo Trail that any vestiges of its true identity may be nowhere to be found.
Truth be told, we share some trepidation about our journey to Costa Rica - stories about experiences here vary greatly, as the country has become more and more overrun ...
Went to town today to explore. Ciudad Quesada is a small town about twice the size of FarmVille with a cute Central Park next to a church. So there are easy landmarks. Students were given time to explore, get snacks, and go shopping. Interestingly, just about everyone bought a Costa Rica World Cup soccer shirt so we will wear those tomorrow for ...
... of feeders and we got good pictures. Saw some interesting animals....cota mundi (small animal with a long nose) and also a two toed slough in a tree. We stopped in La Marina de San Carlos to visit a super market....such fun to walk up and down the aisles and also see the extra large vegetables in the sidewalk vendor stalls...giant carrots. Then on to our beautiful El Tucano hotel for three nights west of Aguas Zarcas. Beautiful grounds and we ...
... to understand. One of the most interesting points was that when the Spanish came over to Central America, they found that the most precious thing to the locals wasn´t gold or treasures, but chocolate. In discovering chocolate, the Spanish decided to take the cacao over to Africa to plant, where it acclimatized very well. This is the reason that now, today, Africa is the world's largest chocolate exporter and Latin America sells very little in comparison. Jearo ...
... not have to wait quite so long we bought and shared a cup of coffee there.
We emerged from the shop to find "Juan Dolar" across the street. Eddie said that was the man's nickname. He lets people take pictures of him, his oxen, and cart. For every person clicking the camera he asks for one dollar.
As our trip continued, Eddie regaled us with one story after another and one fact after another. He made ...