La Posada Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The next two photos and the video tell a story. This photo on the left is a nice leafy plant ; the photo on the right is the same type of plant once the Leaf Cutter ants have attacked it. These ants, as you can see in the video, (click the photo labeled Leaf Cutter ants and the video should start.)are simply amazing (and clearly devastating). They strip the leaves, some twice their size, from the plants and carry them back to their nest. They don't ...
... whomever is walking along.
We drive through several different areas of varying degrees of passability (definately need a 4-wheel drive here) as she describes the neighborhoods. They take us to see a house that they just sold; the owners aren't moving in until January but are in country now taking care of a few things. The owners have been gardening and are muddy, tired and thrilled to pieces to show off their house. It is absolutely gorgeous. Gringo style, 3 bedrooms (2 ...
... but is tired of blowing his nose on single ply toilet paper); and we are going to go the farmer's market. We've read that the farmer's market in San Ramon is one of the biggest around. Ana told us to just take the main road into town (not difficult as there is one way in and out) and if we get to the Univ of Costa Rica campus we've gone too far. As a point of interest, there are not street signs or house/building numbers in Costa Rica - I ...
... helmet. Turns out what he really meant was the car's emergency kit...a reflective vest, reflective triangles, the jack and stuff like that. Whew. I was fine until he reviewed with us again the two numbers to phone "when" we have an accident. Enough!
I am proud to say that we safely negotiated our way back to the hotel!
Oh, I haven't really shared our vacation plans with you, have I? Well, this first week we are staying in a small one ...
... men were unlike what I had heard prior to visiting. We shared stories of our ancestors and I got to learn a little of the indigenous side of my host mom's family, something which always intrigues me.
Walking down the streets in the city of San Ramon I noticed many differences to the other countries I have visited yet it has many similarities too, especially to Mexico. The people are very vibrant, there is ...