Radisson Hotel San Jose Costa Rica
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with a moonwalk as the neck makes a chicken imitation as it prepares to projectile the mass that has been accumulated over a period of time. That's how' I felt when the Mongdongo arrived. It most certainly wasn't what that lady had in her dish when I arrived.
The smell itself was enough for me to know it was NOT pork belly , which is what I was led to believe. Then I saw it!! I looked at Draper . "This is not pork Belly". That's what she had been informed ...
... which she tried convincingly to try and tell me also had apartments within it, it was paramount I think Carmen was also concerned . Let me tell you why....
As you walked in, it seemed quite normal. There were tables set out, as if for breakfast, but as you went in, the inside then became an outside- like an open quad in the middle of the building. Within this quad was a mini Jungle. There was a monkey in a cage, iguanas, parrots, and a squirrel ...
... start tomorrow. We just chilled had a few beers and kinda watched a film called Long Way Down. It's based on a Nick Hornby book (High Fidelty, About a boy) about four mismatched people who all try commiting suicide off the same roof at the same time. They don't and become each others support network. All very odd. Surprisngly for the first time this trip I've had to share a double bed. We needed to switch rooms, and Claire and I got the short straws. No big thing. It almost seemed ...
... stocking up on supplies we got the collectivo - basically a small lorry that has been converted into a bus to the camp. After 3 flights and a bumpy road journey, I was finally at the camp in Piro. Once on site I met the volunteers and staff and had my first in a long line of vegetarian meals. Had a fairly early night around 9:00 ready for my first day proper in the ...
... high school Spanish—I knew what to order! I had the most delicious chicken crepe, mostly a giant salad with grilled chicken stuffed into a crepe and SMOTHERED in a ranch-like sauce. I inhaled it like a true American.
Next we checked into my hotel, Casa 69. I am SO grateful to be with Caro and that she had been here before (to make sure it was good for me!). The entrance was almost hidden along a long white wall on a narrow ...