Holiday Inn Express San Jose Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express San Jose Airport Alajuela
We arrived at our hotel around 2pm .the hotel room made us feel like we were she at home in Canada. The service was great and the shuttle to the Airport was awesome.
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I am losing track of time. I finally stopped reaching into my pocket for my phone because my subconscious realized that it is not there. Although it would be nice to have an alternate time keeping device occasionally; I am enjoying waking up to the sound of a rooster and just going with the flow of the schedule.
The work is engaging and time just flies by. The food is amazing. ...
... the pods to allow us to taste the seeds; the seeds are covered with a kind of soft, sweet mush which you can suck off - it is very tasty! He told us about the different colours of the pods and how that affects the flavour of the mush inside! After this, he took us for another walk in the jungle to look for wildlife - unfortunately, after the mosquito massacre the previous day, we really weren´t enjoying being in the jungle. We felt very vulnerable as thousands ...
... but everything turned out well in the end. We were paired off so I was staying with one of the Quepos interns, and I definitely felt more comfortable with another English speaker in the house. The family were lovely, and the food they made for us was incredibly varied. We were expecting lots of gallo pinto (a local dish the primarily consists of rice and beans) and tortillas, but we were treated to fish and chips, chinese style chicken and even ...
... are off on their own so it's just the two of us. Dinner was delicious but there was way too much food. I explained that I don't need that much to eat but she hasn't really cut back.
Thursday was my first day at the Costa Rican Language Academy. My host mom accompanied me to show me how to take the bus to school. I was pleased to discover that I had been placed in a class designed for those who are fine writing in Spanish but need to work on ...
... I caught her at least twice. Seems like the strategy is working out ok for her. She has won most of the time (only beat herself twice?) and was able to reach 100 points four times. Way to go Betty.
Tomorrow we enter Part II of our adventure as we leave the tour and head out on our own. Wish us luck.
p.s. Not a lot of picture taking today so I’ve included some random shots with this post.