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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we were a bit early for the dinner crowd (around 5ish). The restaurant brews their own beer and had t-shirts which were all in english. A good sign for us non-Spanish speaking tourists. Well the menus were all Spanish. we each picked a picture of something and ordered that. Then had order regret when the neighbouring tables got delicious looking ribs and soups and all kinds of things we had no idea. we hit the local grocery store for some ...
Pura Vida! In Costa Rica means "So far so good". We decided that for our summer vacation we would venture into an off beaten path... To dare and challenge ourselves into an adventure in the wilderness, rainforest and jungle... A far cry from our usual relaxing All-inclusive and cruises in the Caribbean we always take for vacation. This time, we booked a 7 night Escorted Tour with Trafalgar, the experts in guided tours worldwide. Our ...
... bus to David, it was plain sailing, so to speak. From David it was straight onto a bus to Paso Canoas, the town which straddles the border with Costa Rica. I got my stamp out of Panama then walked 100 metres or so to the Costa Rican Immigration office. I never knew in between which country I was in.
Immigration was easy, no queue, but I did have to fill in some useless bit of paperwork and buy a bus ticket ...
... control; a free bike buggy across the border to the Panama side, priority passport control and luggage search to enter Panama; and a free packet of cookies. Once I got off in Panama City, the driver gave me his metro card to get the bus to the airport so I didnīt have to queue for a ticket and I was then offered a wheelchair all the way to the departure gate.
Everyone was so kind to me. From the moment my injury became apparent, until I was sat on the plane. People ...
... and me because of the number of Spanish speaking countries we're hoping to visit in the near term). Our very strict Spanish teacher was insistent that we treat the language with due respect and learn the various rules, irregularities, and pronunciation before making him cringe with our mangled conversations. As a result of this added processing time (mentally translating, conjugating the verbs, and confirming the pronunciation) our ...