Hotel Tropico Latino
Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... to take us to our next location. All good - a great front row seat and Rich is happy - he can buy a Cervesa onboard!! HOT!! hauling those bags onto the ferry and then off again not a treat.
Yet another driver on the other side and hmmm, a different, virtually "no shocks in the thing" kind of bus. We drop the other couple and move to front seats where we can grab a bit more AC - whew! off we go again. ...
... looked in good shape and I was It so happy. Sal jumped up on one of the chairs to peer inside and shouted, “KIM THERE’S YOUR HAND!” I honestly never thought that they would still be there… I couldn’t believe it! It was so great to be able to show my sister the school and the place which she had heard about endless times! Like the taxi driver said, the school has a memory of me, and my body has a memory of ...
... After dropping my stuff at my cabina Janessa and I went to the Casa Del Mar restaurant/hostel where her boyfriend Joaco was working. Janessa introduced me to Joaco and we sat around enjoying a well-deserved beer after a long day of travel.
Thursday March 28th both Janessa and Joaco had the day off work so we made a French toast breakfast with fresh fruit. After our stomachs had settled we decided to tour Santa Teresa and the neighboring town of Mal Pais ...
... project)... and now I need to get to solid thesis-writing... so blog posts just don't happen when they should. There is SO much I want to share about this place, and life here ... but it will have to wait. For another moment when I need to just chill-out, drink my smoothie and write random babbles to everyone who I love and miss!!
Hope you are all having a magical weekend and that your Saturday is filled with immense love and joy!!!
There are times when you want something and the Universe delivers it to you on a platter. Some call it a stroke of luck or a coincidence; I prefer the word 'synchronicity'. And for some reason it happens all the time in this little town of Santa Teresa, in Costa Rica. It all started the day we set foot here…
The Hotel. Arriving in Santa Teresa, it doesn’t take us long to find our hotel but we can’t check in because the manager is ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet