Hotel De Montana El Pelicano
- Continental Breakfast
- Adult pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... immediately giving up on the bus idea, as there is not a sign or bus insight, taxi it is. So finally to 110th man says 'taxi miss' and I accept. Red flags however raise quickly as he starts walking away from the taxi rank and off to the car park. I ask him 'you are a taxi' he says yes and that he's cheaper than the ones right outside the airport. We arrive at this car, which is not a taxi, but just an ordinary car. I ask if you are a taxi, why isn't ...
... met more of Caro’s family, including her two cousins here from Texas. I sat in the hostel restaurant with them and ate their rejected bacon while the family caught up (I can help anyone who doesn't want their thick, Costa Rican bacon!). The waiters were unimpressed that Caro and I were just stopping briefly, not ordering drinks or food. We must have been asked 3 times what we wanted to drink by the tuxedo'd gentlemen.
Before long, ...
So we made it to our first destination- San Jose, after three flights today. Its been a long day and yes I did mention that Jet Lag would not be something I would feel today, but boy was I wrong! Thinking that because Costa Rica is in the same time Zone as Strongfield.... we would be ok...... (COUGH) yep.... never say never.... ...
... capital. Johnny our tour guide made contact and will speak again tomorrow when the rest of the group arrive.
It was raining when we arrived as it's just coming to the end of the rainy season, but should improve, apart from the ubiquitous heavy shower every afternoon. Steamy but not too hot at 9 pm. The room has air conditioning, but I turned mine off because of the noise. Not much sleep anyway as we are 6 hours behind GMT hence thought it was nearly time together ...
... to a close now, the adventure begins. Or does it? Conveniently a number of planes seemed arrive at the same time as us and the line to get our "stamp", and entry to the country is LONG. The joking and camaraderie has begun within the group as the excitement builds. Again, checking of the itinerary is top of the list and customs forms are collected as we filter though the line and reach the sharply dressed agents. After a short exchange we are ...