Hotel & Boutique Hojarascas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out back at the little patio table having iced tea and talking. Now that we have a car starting tomorrow, where do we want to go? We decide to visit Volcano Poas. It isn't a long drive and if we get up there early enough we might beat the fog and be able to see into the caldera. Poas is not a dormant volcano, but has been inactive for a couple of decades.
Jeff goes in to take a nap and I cozy up in the back yard glider (out of the sun) with my book and ...
... 2) beer costs. These are two items that come in standard sizes and are commonly found. Plus, we really need to know how much these things are! Further down the hill we find Super Mercado. I'm a little more hopeful that here we'll find a Tico market. Nope. This area caters to ex-pats and high income Ticos.
You can live in Costa Rica without giving up your American foods, shampoos, etc., but you'll pay premium prices...and, in my mind, why would you? What ...
... s slowly been strangled by bureaucracy, over-regulation, lawsuit paranoia, price gouging and whatever else is turning simple procedures into overpriced nightmares. I think about this as I walk through the bustling business district of downtown Heredia with its lively shops packed closely together... Finally I board the bus heading to San Jose. The Hike is over, for now. Arrival in San Jose After a tedious bumper to bumper 11 kilometer bus ride, I get off in a ...
... of salad bar too and there were desserts. We just had lunch sized portions and nothing else.
Then we headed to La Selva Biological Research Station where we went for another bird walk. Our guide, Miles, told us that he had spent the morning under a waterfall, his way of saying it had rained buckets. But it was not raining when we got there, so we took off right away without the usual introduction. All of the paths ...
... birds he knew the best place, his home town of Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui with birder Alex Martinez. We told him that was our next stop so he asked us to pass on his good wishes to Alex and his family. We have found this throughout Panama and Costa Rica, that everyone connected with birds or wildlife protection knows everyone else.
As I found out later when talking to a local taxi driver, the Sky Tram complex is the pride and joy of the community. It ...