Hotel Dona Ines
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the top of their lungs. They really want to sell those apples! I found a square where a lot of people were sitting and feeding pigeons. I sat down and started reading my book. Ahhh, peace. I figured I could just sit here all day and not be overwhelmed. That was until I got hungry. ****. I have to try to order and pay for food again! Fortunately, for the moment, I met Warner. He started talking to me on the street and ...
... only from 8-9am. Adriana made piles of small but chunky pancakes, and I devoured 4 of them with maple syrup and pineapple slices. Then, I went with Alex to the city centre by bus on account of his lack of time before he had to catch a bus to Panama. We had a lovely smoothie, a stone's throw away from Chinatown and wandered to Parque Espaņa where there was plenty going on, such as some typical Costa Rican dancing, then in different parts of the park there were ...
I walked to the supermarket where they actually sold newspapers (hard to get in small town Costa Rica, although Uvita is pretty small) so I was finally able to stuff my boots to dry them out after walking through a river in Corcovado. They had been wet and smelly for days. My sandals fell apart a few minutes after getting off the boat from the Corcovado, so I was left with just jandals which I hate wearing, ...
... were protesting about pay conditions, seems the problem is not just isolated to Australia!!! Watched the protestors for a while and think I was on T.V as a journalist was recording with me in the background!!
Walked up the main street where you could buy anything - shoes, socks, movies, fruit, veges, lottery tickets..... goes on and one ad each person yelling over the other... KOAS.... but I loved it. Went to the Cathedral which had ...
... lights of their phones/tablets/computers. Most faces were down looking at one device or another. =) The few exceptions were Brian's new disciples. Indeed! Brian found some sewing converts and for a couple of nights there was a sewing circle. The two young Dutchmen, Juno and Tom, were eager students. They were on a tight budget and a damaged kite means no more kiteboarding or a potentially dangerous and short-lived kiteboarding session. It was funny to see them with needle ...