Hotel Dunn Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Friday 31 October I am unable to travel anywhere without some kind of drama. And here is no exception - yesterday the Turrialba volcano erupted. It's just east of San Jose, where I am currently. And the neighbourhood I am staying in has had volcano ash settle on the ground. Today I am not doing anything at all! That is so unusual for me!! I managed to sleep for about 12 hours, then headed down for breakfast. You never know what to expect for breakfast and I usually ...
While travelling around in Costa Rica, we try to explore the way of life and creativity of the locals as much as possible. One thing is for sure: Costa Rica is a home country of life-enjoyers! Most of the time, locals greet each other by saying 'Pura Vida!' (Pure life!) to each other. Locals also say 'Pura Vida!' to each other, when they are pleased with a certain situation. The concept of 'Pura Vida' reflects the Costa ...
... police in riot gear to stop any trouble. We thought they had found out that I had smuggled a monkey (Zoe) in from Nica. From the look of the bands, dancing and relaxed nature of the protests it looked like the Police should have had the day off as well. Not much of note really happened in San Jose. I finally found a barber in Chinatown and got a shave which caused much celebration. We had the best iced coffee of the trip so far and found a cheap ...
... wow! Bang on 7pm, induction chat - met my CEO (tour leader) called Zema, he's Brazilian and seemed lovely (although not as flirty as Eddie :) ). Couple of things different to Intrepid so far (no swapping of roomies, more public buses and ice breakers for introductions! So 12 people on the trip - 1 couple from Berlin, 3 Norwegian girls (Leni, Lillian and Kristin), 2 girls from Uk from previous tour (Claire and ...
... Bar before starting our hike to the falls. Curious about the trout fishing pond, Rufio learned that for $10 extra we could fish for our lunch. Since we had both already decided we were going to order the trout meal anyway, Rufio suggested we “splurge” on the fishing option. The staff offered us a 2-for-1 deal, so for $5 each we grabbed a pole and cast our reels. Was this a very “touristy” activity that we would normally scoff at? Yes, ...