Hotel Catedral Casa Cornejo
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... was running on a first come first serve basis. Having not known that in advance we were neither first, nor served.
-Took a local bus from Panama City to David for 7 hours, where there was a crack in a pipe overhead and water came down all over Melissa.
- Once in David, Chiriqui, we were met by Special Pioneers and stayed overnight with them in their Kingdom Hall apartment.
-In the morning, they drove us to the border where ...
... of both my fists placed together, and it had its eyes glossed over in sleep. The next day, I continued my lucky streak and found another enormous terciopelo a few feet from my path. I suppose I’m thankful to be seeing them rather than not, but it still never fails to take my breath away.
That weekend I continued my snake adventures with 6 visiting researchers—a group of guys doing their undergrad studies in biology—who came to ...
... had to figure out how to obtain it before we departed a few days later. Insane, right!
Thankfully,if you do your research and hire the right people, it is easy to purchase here. We hired a top notch attorney in San Jose, filed the paperwork, had a real estate closing in his office days after negotiating our offer. We then wired a bunch of cash to never never land - hoping all would go through ok. We got on an airplane ...
... enough to be there in the first place. Let's do the maths. In San Juan Del Sur for example, I was one of maybe...lets say...forty straight guys in the bar, compared to perhaps fifteen girls. Clearly not good odds. In the gay bar, there are easily well over one hundred gay men, and probably about the same amount of women as the straight bar. Lets say there's twenty here for arguments sake. Yet suddenly I'm one of only a handful of eligible ...
... we have been much more adventurous since last we wrote and two of our trips have seen us crawling back into San Jose aboard buses while developing a post-work style thirst.
LK: The first was a day long trip which included a visit to Cartago (former capital of Costa Rica; the grand Catholic church there was beset with earthquakes so they gave up re-building it after the second devastation); a quick look at the Irazu volcano; a hearty breakfast of rice and ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility