Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... etc etc. I bought a couple of slabs, $3 for a tiny bar is quite expensive! I made it back to the hotel before the rain started. And wow did it rain! I don't think I have ever seen rain so heavy before! Just a white sheet of water - I could barely see out of my window. And it continued and continued alllllllll afternoon. I didn't do much else, just enjoyed doing nothing! And had another early night! Saturday 1 November 2014 My sleep was rather interrupted at 1.30am by a ...
... While exploring the city center of San Jose, we found out that this coffee shop still exists. It has not changed much. While enjoying a coffee break inside this special place, a friendly young man was roasting coffee beans with a big smile on his face. Once in a while, he was waving to us. We discovered that there are now many more 'El Tostador' coffee shops in San Jose. The coffee culture in San Jose is expanding!
Tonight we went to a super fancy dinner on the 17th floor of the hilton in San Jóse. Thankfully, I didn't spill on anyone or any item of my clothing! Before dinner, we learned the salsa, the merangue, and the barachi (I definitely butchered the spelling). Kids in Costa Rica learn these dances beginning in 6th grade and they dance this way for their version of homecoming and prom! It's so much better than our prom! Granted, I couldn't actually follow ...
... and coffee farm by the looks of it. We were trespassing and we didn't have our Spanish phrase book on us, so we couldn't even explain that we were lost if we got caught. "We'll go a little further and see where the path leads, but as soon as we see a person or a dog, we'll run back", we agreed. Not long into our walk we were stopped by a growling dog. "Right, let's go!" We turned back around to leave when a man called out to us in Spanish. ****. We turned back to greet him and I ...
... her nest and laying her eggs. We crowded around the poor girls back end and watched with a mixture of awe and disgust as she popped out all 90 or so of her eggs! They looked like ping pong balls covered in slime and it felt like a huge invasion of privacy although it was incredible to watch. After what looked like a thoroughly exhausting 40 minutes of egg popping we watched her bury them deep in the sand and pull herself back into the Caribbean where she surfed ...