Radisson Hotel San Jose Costa Rica
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... we weren't too bothered passing through so quickly! Next day we took a shuttle to the airport and got to experience business class luxury as that was the only seats left available! It meant we got to hang out in the VIP lounge! The flight from San Pedro, Honduras to the bay islands was a whole different experience, getting a small propellor plane with only 3 other people on it! Amazing views though of the islands as we flew over ...
The 720am bus from Puerto Viaje to San Jose passes by Rockin j's
door, so we sacrificed some sleep and got up early, braving the still
pouring rain to catch the early & more convenient bus.
It was a long wet and winding road, but we did get to stop for some delicious smoothies and pastries, so I was happy out!
We arrived into San Jose bus station to a mob of taxi drivers, its been a long time since we've seen the like.
Unfortunately when ...
... volunteering position in my head had me restless and keen to get into routine living with responsibilities and a dictated purpose.
I arrived at the volunteer organisation headquarters (Maximo Nivel) on the Sunday before my work started and was showed around the area and to my host family. I met my Mummacita Gloria and two roommates from The States, Max and Dave, who I would be spending the next 3 weeks with in San Jose. The group dynamic in the house is hilarious as our ...
... were partnered for our lessons and received what can only be described as an onslaught of grammar! And every time our teacher described a new rule or piece of vocab my head went "oh yeah, I remember now!" as my AS level Spanish came flooding back.
The Spanish school only ran in the morning, giving us the afternoons free to ourselves. We spent this time shopping, sitting outside cafes and abusing their free internet and doing a few ...
... so close to you. A raised table of mangoes - where they stopped to nibble - gave us the opportunity to see clearly their beautiful wings and take some photos. It was so relaxing - almost enchanting.
Besides the Butterfly Garden, the museum has various halls dedicated to pre-Colombian history, indigenous gold, national history and temporary exhibits though the most interesting aspect for me was the history of the building. It ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center