Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So after Granada we travelled to Ometepe Island which is an island formed by two volcanoes and is the largest volcanic island inside a fresh water lake in the world. True fact. Our hotel there was away from the main tourist trail but was absolutely stunning. I had a private cabana just off the beach, complete with veranda with a hammock and rocking chairs. The beach was almost deserted and was lovely, and the lake is so big that it actually ...
... and a pool was a nice way to start the journey. Had a nice burger in the hotel restaurant and managed to hold on until 9pm before passing out from exhaustion. James already has a plan to get up for a 7:30am start to get a bus to La Fortuna. Sounds early but the jetlag has meant I've been awake since half 4 and I'm currently ...
... after school and we put on our party frocks while drinking beers (snuck into the homestay) and headed to a Tapas Bar. The directors of the school shouted us dinner and then we went clubbing. I danced so much (in heels) that my body ached the next day! On the taxi ride home in the early hours, I cried like a baby. The cab driver cried with me as he consoled this crazy women as she left her classmates behind. ...
So today I decided to just do me. I don't have classes on Tuesdays, so I slept in (till 8:00!!) I got ready and had breakfast.. Baguette with homemade guava jam and cream cheese, pineapple, oranges, banana, papaya, and watermelon, fresh squeezed orange juice that mi abuela was making, and coffee. Aka Carbsoncarbsoncarbsoncarbs aka the typical Tico food pyramid. After breakfast I went to Mall San Pedro by myself to do some shopping. I was told so many times ...
... hangs down into a clay pot and slowly drips liquid GOLD. We needed to a taxi and two buses just to get to the pottery store, but it was absolutely worth it. Afterwards, Natalia toured us around the pedestrian center which is a large area of the downtown core that is blocked off for pedestrians to shop, eat, listen to live music ...