Posada Del Museo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Well we definitely made it to Costa Rica safe and sound! We settled into our hotel around 2pm and immediately met up with our classmates! Some of us decided it was a good idea to eat some grub and catch up with each other. We ate at the hotel restaurant and were treated with some local fair including homemade tortillas and fried plantains. We then headed back to our ...
Day 1/Día uno ( el ocho de Abril)
After three flights in a row with mechanical issues that delayed my arrival by a full day, I finally landed in San Jose, Costa Rica! Carlos and his brother, Adrian, picked me up from the airport. Adrian is about as comfortable speaking English as I am with Spanish: we have both studied it but have not spoken it very often, so we are both quite rusty. It's nice to have someone on the same level.
One of the first things Carlos said ...
Today is our last day here. Came so quickly and it's quite sad to be leaving. Thankfully the flight isn't till very late so we still got in half a day here. We spent our time at the beach then ended with awesome iced coffees. After coffee we headed to the hotel to eat and pack. Little did we know checkout was in 15min, so we called and asked for an extension which was given thankfully. After packing we headed to the bus depot where we waited about ...
... would come up and be running around crazy, sometimes 100 or so at a time. You have to measure 15 from each nest and then release them. 3 days after they've come up we dig up the nest to find any ones that couldn't climb out and take out the leftover eggs. Sometimes find a few deformed ones doing this, one had a broken jaw, and they found one with no eyes too. Lots of time relaxing when I didn't have to do anything, nice little ...
While travelling around in Costa Rica, we try to explore the way of life and creativity of the locals as much as possible. One thing is for sure: Costa Rica is a home country of life-enjoyers! Most of the time, locals greet each other by saying 'Pura Vida!' (Pure life!) to each other. Locals also say 'Pura Vida!' to each other, when they are pleased with a certain situation. The concept of 'Pura Vida' reflects the Costa ...