Posada El Quijote
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... later), we found that we had to keep the car in first gear most of the time (or maybe second, briefly) just to get out of the 'hood. We started a walk the second day, and quickly decided the steep road was too much for both of our knees. We relaxed on the veranda instead; fortunately we had bought enough provisions that first afternoon in town that we could just stay put and not starve. As we lazed around reading on the veranda, we ...
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- Canopy for $40 per person (1 person)
- Canopy, Superman & Bungee for $105 per person (1 person)
-Bottles are saved and converted into windows and walls.
-Old building materials are reused. Old shutters and doors are turned into tables.
-Ice cream is made with coconut milk. Flavors such as papaya, mango, pistachio, guavabana, passion fruit, etc.
-Most beer and soda is sold in glass bottles not plastic or cans.
-When you buy a bottle of Coke, for example, many places will make you drink it there ...
It was great to see another familiar face in Costa Rica. My old professor, Gustavo and I caught up by grabbing a bite to eat and a beer to drink at Fridays. At first I thought it belonged to the American chain TGIF which was why I was reluctant to go, but apparently it's a local Costa Rican business. It reminded me very much of the chain though. The Ticos love that place though; ...
... Central and South American peoples consider the areas only one continent, America. The night of the Costa Rica vs Mexico game, Nuria made a gigantic pot of hearty soup and there were 10 or more visitors: family and friends. Costa Rica won and there was much celebration both within the home and outside on the street. Fireworks went off for several hours after the end of the game.