Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... her food and as she was coming back to the table I noticed that she had a rather large pan in her hand. Come to find out she had somehow accidentally ordered the family size pizza when all she wanted was 2 slices. At that point, we got in a good laugh and then I went on a search for some to-go boxes. First stop was at a Chinese restaurant. Since I didn't know the word for 'box' in Spanish they had a tough time understanding me, go figure. So I went back to my friend ...
... food. I order arroz con carne en salsa. It ended up being similar to pot roast served with rice and a small salad. I also had a beer to go with dinner and celebrate being in Costa Rica!
At that point, we went back to the hotel to shower and hang out until we could meet the staff at night. All of the staff was awesome! We met up at a sunroof that looked over San Jose; even though it was nighttime, the weather ...
... we found a cafe to escape the hustle and bustle of the Main Street and escape the heat. That night was our final group dinner and unfortunately Scott became unwell so it was early goodbyes to hope an early night would help as our transport the next morning to go to Bocas del Toro was leaving at ...
... jackets searching for this bag. A guide came up to help and I don't think he really knew what we were looking for. It was like a needle in a haystack. It was raining as well! We were one of the first groups to finish the rafting so we thought that if anything, our life jackets would be at the bottom. We went through all the jackets and we didn't find it. We then had to stuff them all back in. We then moved on to the other bag which was a combo of jackets ...
Phew these last couple of days have been crazy busy! But full of lots of great conversations and learning experiences... Sunday night, we went to a church in Guadalupe that is done in English. The church body is full of many missionaries and Americans here in Costa Rica who are Christians, as well as Ticos that have been invited to come-it was really cool and another opportunity to meet people with different backgrounds and stories. I kinda felt like i was in the states for ...