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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Torremolinos San Jose
Basic rooms. But such loud traffic noises. And noises if people knocking on other peoples door at very early hours of the morning!
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Well. We seem to be sleeping by the Naas road. Pretty loud traffic outside and then people calling into other rooms at unearthly hours in the morning. Suppose we should soon start getting up and exploring this city! Update: we did explore the city. There ain't much to it!!!
We went on a $35 tour that went from 6:30am-6:30pm. Our hostel owner, Manfred, became our local tour guide for the day. Driving us around Costa Rica, showing us some beautiful scenery of mountains and gave us an insight into local culture and he had great knowledge of the environment and animals. On our way to the Arenal Volcanoes and hot springs we had our first stop on the side of the road to see the tiny and fast humming birds, two ...
... I expect an embarrassing moment tomorrow. -started salsa classes today. Fun; as expected. -met a running and traveling buddy that happens to be staying with my host mom's daughter. Thanking God for her!! Plans for the weekend so far: canopy/ ziplining tour and a visit to Poas volcano national park- home to one of the worlds largest geysers. Just a tad bit excited. -adios for now! Hasta ...
... headed to Montezuma, so we made the bus-bus-jeep-ferry-bus-bus trip together - a very long day (especially with my mild concussion from hitting my head very ******* the van the night before) but the sunset while we were on the boat was very pretty, and we also met Dutch Anne on the way, who had been on my ziplining tour in Monteverde.
Montezuma was amazing! It was exactly what I had been hoping to find in Costa Rica: a tiny, hippy beach ...
... the elevation you’re driving at until you begin this decent. The views become more and more spectacular as we get further from San Jose. Mountain ranges, peaks and valleys and vast forests are seemingly endless. Upon inquiry I discover that our driving trip to Hacienda Baru should really only take about 2 hours if we were in a car and not making any stops. We would not arrive at our destination until nearly 4:30.
After a short time we arrive at our first ...