Hotel Ave del Paraiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Went out for dinner tonight with 2 friends that I'll be traveling with this weekend, learned more Spanish, took a conversation class at 4 and more salsa at 3. A fun/long day. Weather is awesome. Conversation story: the teacher asked 'how did you find out about Costa Rica/the CRLA? I translated that as 'what do you hope to find in Costa Rica?' My answer: a volcano. I think I'm ...
... Rica which took 1.5 hours. We got a shock when we saw the price of the taxi to our hotel - £20 for a 20minute journey - like being at home, esp as Guatemala was super cheap. Still, Del had enough Marriott reward points for a free night so we stayed at the Residence Inn in a really nice apartment-style room. The hotel location was great, in a posh newly developed area with a mall and cinema. After doing our laundry we did a bit of (expensive) shopping then went to ...
... tired and worn out! On Friday at around 2 pm, we got picked up by a tour service and we began our adventures in Arenal. We hikes around the base of the volcano and I got to jump in and swim in a waterfall and see many cool creatures, including spider monkeys!! We then got to experience a real intense storm at the volcano and I felt like I was in the movie of Jurassic park haha. The truck we were riding in had windows that were fogging up, it ...
Much like El Salvador, Costa Rica benefits greatly from the volcanoes across the region which results in lush green landscapes and some great flora and fauna. San Jose (the capital) isn't the most developed, to be brutally honest was surprisingly run down. Nonetheless I managed to see most of the sites in about half a day, but what made my time there was the hostel I stayed in. After Miami I decided not to stay in a party hostel and opted for this ...
Hola muchachos! Friday was a full day of fun and challenges. We did a student outreach on campus by using a survey that we passed out with big pictures hanging up to go along with it. It was fun to not have I approach students, but rather students approached us wondering what we were doing. Had some good convos and some of my teammates had some awesome convos, One in particular where he got to share the whole gospel and talked for almost 2 hours! That was followed by lunch and then kind ...