Pension Alajuela

Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

A Walk in the Cemetery

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Mar 05, 2014

122 photos

... almost to say that they are still outsiders even when dead. Whatever the case, cemeteries can be quite interesting to explore. I also like to look at the dates on a stone to determine how old the person was when they died. I try to imagine what their life was like and how sad the family must have felt when their family member died.

The cemetery that I visited in Alajuela had many ground crypts. There were also some plots ...

Skittles at the Summit

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 02, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... night. We woke at 3 am and left by 3:20 to make it to the summit for sunrise. Alex and Aurie forced us to go ahead when we stopped to wait for Alex to be sick again, one of the 10 times he would empty his stomach on the way up. We made it to the summit with plenty of time to spare. We had watched The Bucket List a few days before and thoughts of witnessing something majestic was on our minds as we witnessed a sunrise that is difficult to put into words. ...

Welcome to Costa Rica!

A travel blog entry by traviskeith on Dec 07, 2013

6 photos

... we are to be shuttled to the rental office from the airport but the rental company did not have our correct flight time, so we’re a bit nervous that they will not be waiting for us. Outside the airport, Costa Rica is like every other small country I’ve ever visited, where you are accosted by herds of taxi drivers, tour guides and other men of questionable character. One young man, not in a uniform, approaches us asking if he can help us find something. I ...

Muy ocupado!

A travel blog entry by kemitch on Jun 12, 2013

7 photos

... her and she is a Jehovah's Witness! Meeting with her again next week and hope I can learn more about what she believes and get to talk to her more about my faith. She is super sweet and I learned a lot by talking with her. We watched the Costa Rica vs. Mexico soccer game Tuesday night and I got to Skype with my fam, who always make me laugh haha. Wednesday began and ended with English Club which went quite well and is always fun. Then I spent some time making surveys ...

Casa DIba

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 15, 2013

Every Friday morning from 9am to 12pm, Ambar and I volunteer at an association in Sabanilla called Casa Diba. It's a nonprofit community resource for mentally ill adults. Carlos is the president and director of the association. His salary is based on what people can pay and most times he doesn't get paid. Howvever, Carlos has continued to work at Casa Diba for almost 17 years. Everyday Carlos picks up the patients ...

       

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