Hotel Rincon de San Jose
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Sometimes I wonder if family is the best medicine you can recommend. If I have learned anything over the last year it is that family is the equivalent to oxygen to the body. I have seen some pretty amazing things within the Latin culture as of late in my life. There is so much love to be shared, it is never in short supply. Feeling appreciated, …
So there's not that much to say about San Jose....
The humidity was a bit of a shock when I stepped out at 9am.... It quickly got very busy (2/3 of the populatinon are in San Jose). The city is made up of a big one way grid system, which are numbered from the oddly in one direction and evenly in the other away from the perpendicular ' …
I used the few days back in the city for paperwork, computer, uploading photos, sending postcards and planning my trip further.
The photos are from the flight to Corcovado (Drake Bay)
A bit of email before farewells to most of those carrying on in Costa Rica though not from Noxious Nell...*****!
Took the camera for my final day. To Morazan Park, a nice area as frankly were most of the park settings in the city. Down the esplanade, buying some shelled peanuts for brekkie, munching some opposite La Merced church. Most of …
Saw Dave off at 0700, Quito bound. He was a very affable chap, in many ways typically English. I would readily travel with him again.
Went for a walkabout without a camera, visiting several churches before heading back.
Back out later with the Perth boozers and Lee Boy. None of us particularly liked the Jade Museum. I had Lebanese …
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