Posada Del Museo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... what she had order and she said what was a 'Pork Belly' Soup, I thought this must have been what this was. In turn, I ordered the same.
It arrives. Even as I type this my water buds at the back of my throat begin to think they have something to say. My nostrils flare as they remember the sin that was Mondongo soup that had been placed in front of me. Have you ever seen a cat that is just about to hurl a fur ball? It's quite a palava. A mini ' Saturday Night' ...
... younger, but the mutton/lamb thing came to mind.. she didn't quite pull it off bless her, but she certainly gave it a whirl..
Anyway, so that's how the morning began and it continued to go down hill as all the places were very dark and dingy inside- anyone that knows me, not enough natural light is never my friend so was beginning to worry as options seemed to be getting slimmer. Now, although Carmen said not t0 worry, when we pulled up outside this B and B ...
... but if I need one then I need one.
Otherwise I walked to downtown to have a look around. SJ has one of the worst opening paragraph descriptions I've come across in LP and it is justified. There is nothing of note in this town other than the amount of McDonalds (the most since Buneos Aires). It is just m'eh. At least somewhere like La Paz had a personality in the gritty markets everywhere kinda way. This is grungy without the charm.
The evening was subdued due to ...
... small and when we hit some turbulence it felt like being on a roller coaster - not good for someone who doesn't like flying in the first place!!! After the 45 minute flight, I was met by Alex, the Project Manager. We then took a taxi into town to the project's house to dump my bags and have a look around Puerto Jimenez. After gulping down 2 large (and delicious) ...
... hair, dark features, and CURVY figures! As a minority, I have noticed the "sameness" of San Jose-- for this entire first day, I did not see anybody who didn't look "Costa Rican" -- very little variation in skin tone, hair, clothes, etc.
By this point in the afternoon I was starting to feel woozy from lack of food and water. Caro me to a crepe café near the university in San Jose. I am very grateful that I paid attention to all the food ...