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... they wouldn't but she did give us a "distressed traveler" coupon that allowed us to get the room for far cheaper than we would have otherwise.
Of course, our luggage did make the flight, so we have no clothes or toiletries. United generously (hah!) gave us each little toiletry bags that had toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc. in them.
The one great thing about this unexpected change in plans is that ...
... and you will never be late for a bus as they run constantly round the clock. There are no timetables. When you need to go somewhere, you stand on the main road and one will pass in the next 5 minutes. Bus stops are spaced about 500 metres to 1 km apart all the way into the city. For my 20 min ride into San Jose, it costs about 80 cents. If you are lucky enough to get a seat, be prepared for an array of smells or sometimes ...
... maintain my mental health. The Kalamazoo and Drexel groups joined forces to plan a beach trip to Uvita. Playa Uvita is a national park and it's famous for its costal whale tail shape. Often times, whales breech along the inlets of the tail. Unfortunately, I didn't see any ballenas or whales, but I saw a crocodile (there are two rivers that run into the ocean) but thankfully it was alongside the road and not in the ocean. Upon first arriving in Uvita, we ...
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so it dawned on me that i should post some more pictures and really show my viewers what my life looks like. (if anyone actually reads this thing!!) i mean its only logical right? and it only took me 5 and a half months haaha. so yes, i realize its a little late to be posting these ...
... in a sweat box. Another reason to get the chicken bus I thought to myself through gritted teeth...keep calm carry on...Grace arrives in 3 days...it's all worth it...
After 10 hours of traveling we made it to San Jose. We met a fellow traveler on the bus; an Aussie guy called Carl, and we all shared a taxi to a Lonely Planet recommended hostel. There are 2, one is party hostel, the other looked like a nice chilled out place with a pool. We opted ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center