Hotel Santo Tomas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... trip. He and his wife Kim accompanied us on this trip. It was inspiring to see the both of them immersed in the mucky holes every day sweating, scraping and digging along with us to make a difference in peoples lives.
The Bible speaks of faith that can move mountains. I kidded that if we had that kind of faith it would have made this task much easier. After some reflection I ...
Wow. What a day. It was filled with so much that I still haven't even begun to process. Running club was a success! Downtown San Jose is not the best place to run, but with Hector as our guide, and despite everyone staring at us like we were crazy people, we got some quality running in haha...to be continued tomorrow for sure! Running was followed by fresh pineapple and we met a guy from Australia staying in the hostel! At 9 ...
... tree with a hot-pink spray of grevillea like flowers. The fruit is about 5 cm long and looks like a little apple. The pulp is white, sweet and juicy - a bit like a watermelon. It has a single seed in the middle like an avocado. You can harvest 20kg of fruit when in season. There is one planted at the entrance to the beach house so we have them in the fridge at the moment.
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... night we watched the Costa Rica vs. El Salvador futbol (soccer) game with the locals at a bar in the town we stayed in. This was particularly exciting because Costa Rica won!!
Tomorrow a bunch of friends and I are going to go to the Costa Rica vs. Guyana game in the national stadium!! I am soooo excited!! It is some sort of qualifying game (I am not exactly sure, my spanish soccer/sport vocab is not so good) so there should be a lot of people attending!!
... time. Our dinner was typical Costa Rican food and consisted of rice that was lightly spiced, Mexican style beans, chicken with vegetables and tomato, fried plantain and avocado. It was delicious! On Sunday we decided to head into downtown San Jose. We met a Australian girl called Pricilla who is also staying at the hostel and we headed off to catch the bus with her. We eventually got to the right bus stop and got on the bus to San Jose. It's difficult when you don't speak ...