Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... making it much gloomier than the sunshine days we have just come from on the coast. Swimming roof top pool-very unglamorous after the sun soaked pools with swaying palm trees and flowers. Was cloudy, breezy and cooler than all previous venues, so was more an attempt to lose some calories rather than last rays of sun! Dinner at a nearby italian and we're almost done in ...
... they retreated to the safety of their own garden and continued to warn us off, but with the safety of a garden wall between them and us. Our evening's entertainment was to go and see the film 'Mortdecai' at the local cinema. David and I got caught up in a traffic jam behind a couple of accidents, but we still managed to meet up with Claire, Ben and Poppy before the film started. It was a light comedy starring Johnny Depp as an English ...
Today was another interesting day (as always). I thought we were going to go to soccer practice but that didn't happen. Instead we went to the soccer field and I had to be in a group photo with the team. Awko-taco. After that, we went to the aunts house and hung out there for a while, picked Jeni up from first communion class and went back to the aunts house. We played a lot of Crocodile-Mooreh (no me gusta). It's a hand slapping game. After that, we went back to ...
... asked if he could show me where we were. He told me you are "aqui", but the other Tico told me "no, you are aqui". Crazy.......
I drove over a uncovered manhole, unknowingly went down a one way street until a taxi driver was shaking his head and finger at me saying no and much more.
We were successfully in getting to our destinations eventually.
After a busy day in San Jose, Alajuela and surrounding towns we returned back to the ferry ...
... the canopy for the more adrenaline focused or the Orchid Garden for those wanting a more sedate activity. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes including Stella's Bakery on the way back from the reserves where the odd bit of wildlife drops by, such as the Coati that scurried through with its lunch in its mouth. Disclaimer Trip paid for by myself - Travelling with Journey Latin America Photos and copy property of Louise Dransfield unless otherwise ...