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Travel Blogs from San Jose
... name is a mystery, but it is right on the edge of Corcovado). The 12.5 k journey took 40 minutes, once you are off the main highways the roads are ****.
I walked to the hostel (2), got sorted out and then went for a walk down the road to see what I could see. I came across the office for another hostel, Bolita (3), where I had thought about staying but having to carry my stuff, including all my camera gear ...
... spending two days there to see the sites. I felt like I had achieved so much in two days. I had Burger King for the first time on my travels, I sorted out my luggage and made a small plan. But this meant that the closest I got to exploring the city was the shopping mall or the bar street on my last night there. Never fear, I will return and explore it all with my friends, so it will be new to us ...
... in a dormitory again. We were prepared to be in a dormitory on the trips but were pleasantly surprised when we got our own room and even our own tent! San Jose is nothing much to write home about, it's just a busy city that looks a bit worn out. If you are thinking of going to Costa Rica I would only bother staying in San Jose for a night or two unless you like that type of thing. We did finds good market ...
... Just perfect, just what we needed when we needed it, batteries recharged and just the right amount of time away. Really nice to look forward to cooler weather, family and friends after just a great vacation and experience.
We are so blessed to be able to partake in such beauty and fun.
Homeward bound in a ...
... originally planned to do a volcano hike there but it turned out that the hike is only to a viewpoint at the bottom and cost $38. As we had a brilliant view of the volcano from our hostel anyway and will have the opportunity to actually climb a volcano elsewhere in Central America for a fraction of that price we decided it wasn’t worth the money.
La Fortuna is a pretty town though and was a nice place to wander about for ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed