Hotel De Montana El Pelicano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We dropped our SUV off in San Jose with the company we rented it from - Wild Rider.
Here is my plug for Wild Rider. They are an excellent rental company in Costa Rica. We had a positive experience renting from them and would recommend them to anyone traveling to ...
... people are so highly stressed about finances and house management and health. It's always interesting to see how others live and how they handle their struggles.
I also got to catch up with Nati, a Costa Rican PT that works with ISL and was only able to join us for the precarios. I worked with her two years ago full time at Manos. It was so nice to see her again!!
Part of the total conglomerate of students and Jason headed to Guanacaste today to complete ...
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.... ...
... water or electricity and built such amazing lodges. On the 2nd night we met Carlos and his wife. We learned they were there to present to the vice president of Costa Rica who was coming to the hotel the next day! It was pretty exciting to see the preparations for the visit. We had a 5.30 alarm call and a 1.5 hour boat ride to Sirena station in Corcovado NP. Unfortunately the weather was overcast and there had been a lot of rain in the night so we didn't see so many ...
Outside the terminal door we were practically assaulted by taxi drivers offering a ride to the city for $25 but we managed to find a bus stop and travel almost to the city centre for about a dollar each. When we got off the bus at a chaotic intersection, Diane instinctively knew which way we should walk to get to our hotel. We dragged our carry-on size suitcases along extremely busy, crowded sidewalks as dusk fell ...