Hotel Chalet Tirol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as we watched from the porch high above. Our cab driver Alex saw it happening and sprinted down into the field, pulling the little boy free from the structure and consoling him until help came. A woman who might have been the little boys mother came running over from the coffee field and picked the little boy up as he continued to cry. The crisis was over. Mamma was there to repair. Alex, our cab driver turned lifesaver, returned to our table and finished the coffee we ...
... as whitewater kayaking, but an awesome way to spend the last day in Costa Rica. (Ps - I think I'm finally ready to give whitewater kayaking another go, dad!) most of the rapids were class III - IV and would have scared me witless in a kayak. Was 5 hours of rafting total split up by a burrito lunch on the shore. They also provided transport to our final night of accommodation back in San Jose. Arrived with just enough time to pack up one final time and head out for our last ...
... out of Panama and loaded back on the bus only to repeat the entire process two minutes away in order to enter Costa Rica. It took about 3.5 hours total before we finally got on our way again! We were met at the bus station by the hostel owner Manfred, an hour and a half after he was scheduled to pick us up! Apparently he was held up at the airport though and was apologetic and friendly and so managed to burn away my initial rage at being ...
... and they had to cut more of her leg off to release her. It was on the news that night and thankfully she survived. We were locked on the train for the whole thing and only when they freed her did they let us out. I didn't mind the long walk up the hill into town - I was just happy to have my legs. What a tragedy. The next day the train hit a car as there are no boom gates. The third day, a girl fainted as the afternoon train ...
... as the bird flies) to stay in a cabin called "Ketchican" that reminds me of a nicely decorated weekend cabin in Alaska. Wood throughout, Alaskan art and a full size totem pole rounds out the picture.