Hotel & Boutique Hojarascas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Costa Rica and nearer to the Caribbean coast. A much wetter area but good for birds and wildlife. Our accommodation, Posada AndreaCristina is a family business (Paul and Sheila, I think you went on a guided walk with Alex Martinez, the owner when you stayed at Selva Lodge?) just outside the area of La Selva Biological Station, which is privately run by a consortium of Universities.
Kevin, Alex's son, took us out birding early one morning and we saw about ...
The first day: This is the house I'm staying at. It's small, but it's really cute and my host family is super nice! My host mother Fainier picked me up at the airport and we went to the mall to buy a cell phone and things for school. Then we came back and just hung out and talked while she made dinner for me and my ...
... Gypsy Our flight from Boston to Charlotte was un-eventful, crowded. We each had aisle seats and sat across from each other – our new favorite seating arrangement. The connection was tight and we landed pretty much on time with 45 minutes to find the gate for our connecting flight to Costa Rica. Once onboard we were able to change seats because the plane was half-full, which was nice. We slept most of the way. We made it through airport customs quickly and exited ...
... was quite sick, but it was back on the bus and off to Rio Negro hot springs for a relaxing afternoon. We stopped at Subway (good decision) and then spent the arvo in a massage train in the hot springs. We had a quiet dinner at the buffet then we were in bed, sleeping like babies. :') We woke up bright and early the next day for horse riding, tubing and mud baths. The horse ride was crazyyyy! There were way too many of us on the trails to have a decent ride, but it ...
Every experience that I have had good, bad, ugly, difficult has been so enriching. This week I begin classes at the more typical of campuses. I hear that I will be doing things more like Ticos. I will need to take the bus and find my way on crowded streets and streets without signs. I will also be once again meeting brand new students. One more week, some more learning, and some fabulous times are ahead. ...