Hotel Inca Real
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Travel Blogs from San Jose
... It was nice to be back in the Jungle Hostel, and there were a few other people there this time too.
The Red Backed Squirrel Monkeys entertained me as I ate breakfast the next morning as they went about foraging for food in the trees next to the hostel. They put in an encore appearance the next morning. I went into town, wandered in to see the caimans again and one of them came very close to the bank to ...
... the neighborhood. The hostel is in a quiet suburb of San Jose and it was no problem walking around. Our biggest problem was not buying out the store because we would have to carry it all onward to Montezuma and our bags were quite full.
Had ourselves a fine dinner..........chef salad with chicken and hearts of palm and a glass of wine. Ventured up the stairs to the balcony for a fine view of the city as the sun was going down.
Well after a long day of travel, beginning with the first plane in Richmond being grounded, we were quickly shuttled onto a flight to Newark to avoid missing the connecting flight in Houston and still, thanks to God's Grace and answered prayers, we were able to make it to San Jose actually earlier than our originally scheduled flights...thanks be to God!
So after a quick stop at IDISA to say hola to Pastor Miguel and his family, and ...
... 4 types of monkey swinging all over, an anteater climbing up a tree and lizards camouflaged in the leaves to name but a few of the rainforest's wonders. Adrian had not let us down. So why not later hop on a boat with his bro to the best beach shack one could ask for? Bob Marley playing in the background with bottle of rum while watching the sunset at the point where the canal meets the Caribbean Sea. "Living the dream" ...
... could even distinguish the different shades of green of the forest. We walked for 4 miles like this, playing a constant game of "Driftwood or Turtle?" on the way. After a short break we headed back towards base, our hopes of seeing a turtle gradually diminishing. A mile away from base, us volunteers were happily chatting away about nothing in particular when suddenyl we hear an almighty "SHHHHHHH" from our patrol leader. We follow his gaze only to see a massive turtle pushed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking