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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus back to San Jose, ready to move on to Heredia to meet Andrea – all of which worked out fine and we made it to Heredia late on Friday night.
Andrea and her husband Carlos came to pick us up at our hostel, and it was so good to see her so well after all these years – married and with a 3 year old son and looking the same as 8 years ago! We had a great meal in a kind of Western style bar and Dom loved the ribs and wings! We agreed to meet up to ...
... a cookie like configuration alongside a tulle wrapped cream topped with a small scoop of passion fruit sorbet! And that’s not all as alongside were razor thin slices of fruits I doubt I’ve ever tasted before – one was citrusy, another maybe passion fruit, a plum I did know but not the others. Every bite was a circus of flavour in your mouth. Yes, I did share, albeit reluctantly!
Rich enjoyed a glass of Argentinian Pinot ...
... went round to Capitan Suizo to fetch her mum, dad and Ciaran, all of whom had stayed there last night after their delayed flight. We then jumped into a couple of taxis and went into town. Sampled happy hour in Noguis and then had a burger at Enjoy. Came back and sat on the veranda and enjoyed some of our beers and some of Peni's rum with a dash of coke. Probably enjoyed it a bit too much as felt a tad rough the next ...
... none but it was a lot of fun to spend time with sara and don jose and later with marce. She told me about the "niñera experta", who taught her a lot about discipline and routine. Lucas and sofi came for dinner. I prepared a guacamole and lucas and sofi cooked souvlaki. It was a nice family (my new one), dinner. I topped it off with a whiskey on the rocks with don jose on the terrace talking about ...
... turning in for the night. The power has still not returned and its now as dark as a cows guts, Deb disappears back to reception and after some heated debate returned with a candle, turns out the candle wasn't a problem, getting it lit was. COSTA RICA DAY THREE 23 degrees, partly cloudy. Woke at six as jet lag is still in force, no power and now no hot water and it felt like a freight train was running through the middle of my head, then I remembered that the train line runs along ...