Hotel Mango Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Costa Rica has a reputation for being more expensive, so Josh and I decided to do a week of volunteer work on a local farm to 'massage' the budget. We found this opportunity through a website called workaway.info and got connected with the owner of Finca Paraiso (Paradise Farm), Steve, in Tambor, Costa Rica. The agreement entails 4-5 hours of work per day per person in exchange for a roof over our head ...
... in various stages of decay. The thing I noticed the most was that all of the shops had wrought iron or some kind of metal security doors and windows as did some of the houses. The front yards of the houses were barren of flowers and trees for the most part and no lawns - just dirt. I was expecting to see something lush and perhaps nicer than what I saw, however knowing that Costa Rica is just 10 degrees above the Equator, I should not have been surprised about the ...
... see if we'd have more luck finding a cab then. Luckily, we stumbled upon Hugo and Niklas and ended up walking with them down the road all the way to Cataleya's. Met up with the rest of the group who were already there and realized it was Oskar's last night. And thats when the party started.. Since it was Oskar's last night, he was buying shots for everyone left and right. Even when I only took one vodka shot and was hoping to stop then, Chris bought me ...
... penal colony, Costa Ricas answer to Alcatraz, from 1873 to 1991. It had housed some of the worst criminals in Costa Rican history and had seen such bad conditions and torture, that prisoners lives there were often cut short. It had such an awful reputation that despite Saint Luke being the patron saint of artists, physicians, surgeons, students and butchers, I learnt there are few, if any churches with his name in Costa Rica. After almost twenty years left to grow wild, it was made ...
oh costa rica... what a country.
rosanne and i bid a sad farewell to nicaragua and headed to la fortuna, costa rica. our first impression was an immediate WOW... this country was more expensive than canada! our first meal, a sandwich, was $8, and the grocery store prices were even more insane, with a bottle of head and shoulders shampoo costing $10! however, our first morning there, we woke up and headed to a beautiful waterfall. the $10 it cost to get in was a bit ...