- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Our flight (Avianca airlines) from LAX landed SJO international airport at 22:30. Immigration and customs was a breeze. After around 45 minutes, we were outside arrival terminal.
Our next flight to Tortuguero National park was at 6:30 next morning, so we decided to spend the night at the airport. We went upstairs at the departure terminal. It was almost deserted since there was no flight flying out until next morning.
... a bit grumpy - legs were wobbly and giving out, big toenails were bruised and felt like they were going to fall off. My girl, Erin Wright once told me 18km was her limit for hiking in a day. If she has to hike more, she chants "mac 'n cheese" to get her to the end. Since I can't really eat mac 'n cheese and we are in CR, we started chanting "refried beans" to get us through. Each kilometer felt like ten miles. But we got through.
Jill, Casa ...
... We assumed this was soda, bit it was actually a fruit juice that was freshly made and was absolutely delicious. I ordered some arroz con pollo which is chicken rice, cilantro, and a few veggies. Holy goodness. We ended the meal with two more frescos and some delicious desert. I don't know what it was, but Costa Rica is winning so far in the food category. We paid something like...$20.00 each and treated ourselves to a feast for our first night. Pura Vita!
I apologise for the delay in my latest post as I have no doubt you have been waiting with baited breath for updates on my progress. Given that I am here in Costa Rica for a particular purpose, it's probably about time I gave you some insight into my volunteer work.
From Monday 15th April, I have been working for an organisation called Maximo Nivel here in San Jose. They have offices in two or three ...
... a lot of time where things could be changing.
Aside from the family life differences, I've realized that everything in Costa Rica moves at a slower pace, yet a better pace. A more satisfied, tranquility filled pace...which is explains why every one's word of choice for any matter is "tranquila" which basically means calm down, or that every thing is find. This is one thing that I've come to appreciate. ...