Hotel Catedral Casa Cornejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us to be there. The afternoon was at Manos, where I got to catch up with some of the kiddos I saw 2 years ago, and my what changes they have made! It was nice to see their sweet smiling faces.
Today I had the same schedule, with the dance party added afterward. It was a long but fruitful day. Today was one student's birthday so we had Tres Leches for dessert which was so good it'll make you ...
... I watched it!
Quick change at Texas to San Jose probably my worst mistake was to give luc ice cream!
I was covered in it 2 hours later......
So we arrived safe, in our hotel right now and going to get some well deserved kip for our journey to the Caribbean coast tomorrow.......
... kind of tour. We met up with Andre and two other guests from the hotel. It took me a few minutes to feel comfortable and then we were off, navigating through muddy trails. We made a brief repair stop at Andre's dad house. There we met the cutest little perro. I would like to share his name, but at 1 1/2 months old, it appears he has not been named! Andre also gave us a two second tour of his town, which included a church, school, soccer field and his version ...
... there was no door and the view onto a tiny runway could be seen. The airport was a small shed and we literally took our bag from the plane and walked to the waiting 4x4 - it was all very laid back. A short journey took us to the water where we took our shoes off to wade into the sea to board the taxi boat bound for The Agiula del Osa lodge. The 14 lodges were set on a steep hillside in beautiful grounds with fragrant, colourful plants and trees. We were in the top lodge ...
... battle. You may have noticed the kids are often naked or half naked in a lot of our photos. Now you know why!
Costa Rica is child-friendly, but not child proof. While we’ve maintained our vigilance for snakes and scorpions, (Vivian religiously does the “scorpion shake” before putting on her shoes), the possibility of encountering these creatures has fallen way down our daily list of concerns. We’ve ...