Holiday Inn San Jose-Escazu
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Highlights: 1. Tried our hand at another club for more Spanish practice ;) Mis amigas and I had heard about this place that was supposed to be hoppin (yeah, I said hoppin) on Monday nights due to the live band. Silly us, we expected a fantastic Latino band. Instead, we enjoyed the sweet sounds of a modern day YMCA-looking crew. The main fellow was decked out in a traditional Aftican outfit. And shame on me for generalizing Africa, but I really have no ...
... with their boards because the waves were big and perfect for surfing.. Bambi was using them to our advantage and letting them bring us in to the beach. I screamed at the top of my lungs as we almost tipped three times. EVERYONE was roaring with laughter... at the very last second I tipped out of the friggin' kayak and my swim bottoms almost came off in the sand. Disaster. It was so fun but I am soooo glad to be on solid ground again. ...
... lights of their phones/tablets/computers. Most faces were down looking at one device or another. =) The few exceptions were Brian's new disciples. Indeed! Brian found some sewing converts and for a couple of nights there was a sewing circle. The two young Dutchmen, Juno and Tom, were eager students. They were on a tight budget and a damaged kite means no more kiteboarding or a potentially dangerous and short-lived kiteboarding session. It was funny to see them with needle ...
... so I did until a coach moved over to prevent me. I kept calm.
Arrived at San Jose at approx 15-45 and found a cheap hotel where I park in the locked garage. As soon as I got to the room a storm started, the rain was torrential and the lightening great.
Wanted to get a new rear tyre here but the Triumph guy seems a bit hazy on such things so will contact a Columbian dealer.........bike dealer, and try to get them there for my ...
... The 3 Tico musketeers were sitting around, looking fresh like every other Costa Ricans here. They all looked like they were on some family picnic at a nearby park!
The musketeers hopped up and declared they are going up to Los Crestones peak (6 km roundtrip). I was like, what why how why.
Then we noticed Erik, the guy we chatted with yesterday at Casa Mariposa. He was sitting at one of the outdoor tables and ...