Travel Blogs from San Jose
... her nest and laying her eggs. We crowded around the poor girls back end and watched with a mixture of awe and disgust as she popped out all 90 or so of her eggs! They looked like ping pong balls covered in slime and it felt like a huge invasion of privacy although it was incredible to watch. After what looked like a thoroughly exhausting 40 minutes of egg popping we watched her bury them deep in the sand and pull herself back into the Caribbean where she surfed ...
... for my first lesson with Yohanna. It was really fast paced and exhausting but very useful and I will definitely improve loads over my two weeks of lessons. I have one on one sessions everyday for 3 hours which is great. The centre was packed but I think everyone else was there to learn English. The office is lovely, it's in a big complex of offices, restaurants and shops, all very smart and modern. After lunch I had a proper introduction to the office ...
... on ramps or off ramps. They do have a kind of big U-turn road which you can take to get onto the other side of the freeway. Had a great beer and some snacks with Laura and Ana at BBC. Then five of us went to the Salt Cathedral which was really interesting. It’s a salt mine and they have carved all sorts of crosses into the rock in the mine. Left for Vila de Leyva the next day. One of the most beautiful old colonial towns I have ever seen. A big town square where ...
... m awesome. I'm joking, but that is actually the weight I use. He gave me 4, I'd rather be to heavy then too light so I agrees anyway. The first dive was AWESOME. There were so many shoals of fish and loads of cool fish I have only seen rarely on dives, literally 100's of pufferfish. Oh yeah and I saw a shark who came right up to me and tons of huge stingrays and some spotted rays, and an octopus! Too cool. Was instantly one of ...
... happy to be home.
My remaining time in Nicaragua was on the whole wonderful, aside from a few recurring ear infections that peppered my stay. My workshops at the Creative Art school went better than expected and despite my struggles with the lingo, I successfully managed to communicate the purpose for each session to the participants. I was lucky to have had such a patient, enthusiastic and willing group of kids to work with ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Presidente San Jose
We only spent one night here, but were perfectly satisfied with our stay. For being in the center of San Jose, the hotel does a good job with noise cancellation, though car horns will be car horns.
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