Hotel La Amistad
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... her what the Spanish word for box was. She didn't know either so I broke out my dictionary. Once I got the word I went over to another place where I saw boxes. The lady at the counter was super generous and even taught me how to close the box ;) I don't know if you've ever tried to fit a round peg into a square hole but that's kind of how it was when we were trying to fit these pizza slices into these two boxes. Somehow we managed to get three slices in each ...
... easy and liberating. The very first moment I stepped out at
the port where I had to take a boat to get to Caye Caulker, I met travellers
and realized how easy it was to approach strangers and start conversation. I
right away met a friend while waiting to buy my ticket and ended up spending
the next few days together. This was the beginning of MANY new friendships to
be made... Every day I would meet new people and spend the night surrounded by
new friends, ...
... from the car to the waiting room or from the waiting room to the bed, the guys settled for taking an arm each and helping me hop. The doctor was lovely and spoke perfect English, which is why I was surprised when, after examining my ankle and telling me I had a sprain, she asked me to take my trousers down. Was there a mistake in translation? Did I misunderstand something? No, she wanted to inject me in my bum. This was the point where I asked the guides to leave. With my bum ...
... perhaps a shopping mall and its abundance of toilets would be a safer choice for us and those around (mainly behind us). Once we arrived in San Jose we were struck by the immediate difference between Costa Rica and Mexico. Costa Rica seemed instantly more organised and less chaotic - not one person reversing down the highway and we managed the entire journey to our hostel in peace with no honking on the horn! We stayed at a fantastic hostel called hostel urbano in ...
... s right off the street, so I can hear the cars go by constantly which is nice but a little frustrating when trying to relax and sleep…first world problems right here. Hehe. We relaxed for roughly an hour then regrouped and headed out for a small adventure.
We saw the national museum, a national park which was really pretty, again appreciation for the importance of the LIVING, the most well known hospital, the national library which is ...