Hotel Dunn Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... broken English helped my buy a Kolbi sim card for my phone, brought to me eat, and showed me around a little. About 2 hours later it was time to lose Warner, talking about loving me and all. I knew I could get guys to fall for me, but this was a bit fast! LOL. I shook Warner and went to the Gold Museum. It was worth the blue and red monopoly bills they charged me! I took my time walking around the museum partly because it ...
... games of chess, table-tennis, youngsters jumping on to mats from high up, and more.
I took quite a few pics of murals and some splendid buildings, which are unfortunately surrounded by concrete monstrosities. I went to an ATM, a bakery, where I picked up some rolls, and then started the ascent towards my hotel. I stopped in a Chinese shop and felt sorry for a Chinese shop assistant who seemed able to speak Spanish, but had great difficulty getting ...
... feet it was, which meant I really had no choice but to watch football. Shame that. That night was my first in Costa Rica with no mosquito net and no fan, no need for either, although the mozzies were a bit nasty at dusk.
After a walk in the morning I watched Germany beat Portugal then went for another walk up to a great view point. I went with Al from Chicago, who was good company, despite being a ...
... story of frame depicting Jesus' crucifixion, pretty cool way to get the story across. Took me back to my visit to the re-enactment in Itza Palapa in Mexico (see previous entry).
The highlight for me was the markets, was awesome to walk around and listen, smell and feel the culture. they sell everything here, from souvenirs to fish heads... A great place to have a traditional inexpensive lunch at one of the many Sodas. No idea why ...
... there were pizzas called the Dark Slide, F16, Front Roll, KGB, and yes there was one called the Walk of Shame. I don't think there were many takers on the last one, no matter the toppings. =) Last night, Nicola took us out to another beach to enjoy the sunset. Playa Rajada is a beautiful beach. When we arrived, we saw a turtle laying it's eggs under a tree. The picture of the group also features the turtle. The turtle is to the left of the tree trunk. The other picture shows ...