Sleep Inn San Jose Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no idea what anything on the menu was (even after looking at the attempt at English translation) we settled on a tico taco between us which was steak and a weird lettuce/cabbage filling and ketchup on top - surprisingly really nice, and perfectly coupled with a pre colouring ban fanta which was fluorescent orange. On our way back to the slum to take our bags to the new hotel we stumbled across a protest for workers rights which we think was for hospital workers as they ...
... lady. She made us a penne pasta for dinner, commenting on how close “pennes” is to another word. ;) Hahaha. Oh, moms and innuendos. I love it!
New foods that I have tried so far:
- * Gooseberries, which grow in a little bod that kind of looks like a Chinese lantern. The berries themselves are bright orange and about the size of a spherical nickel. They are quite sweet and very delicious!
· * Kass, a green fruit that grows on the tall tree in ...
... cloud forests, lowlands, marshlands, and a variety of other settings for living things to thrive. Costa Rica is home to 137 different snake species; 22 of which are poisonous. Some of these species are indigenous only to Costa Rica, meaning they have evolved to live here and no where else in the world. A few students and Ms. Zima are extremely interested in snakes and would look forward to seeing some- from afar! Costa Rica is extremely ...
... our block, the good thing about San Jose is it's impossible to get lost with numbered blocks. After an hour walking in the rain with our bags on through an urban jungle we finally got to our hotel. A little tea was in order and we were in bed and asleep by 7pm! Up the next morning, another stressful walk across town and onto a bus to the airport, we paid the tax and finally left for ...
... spectacular as lacked flavour. We had been told there wasn't much to see in San Jose and it had a strange feel to it and so after breakfast the following day we got a bus to La Fortuna.
La Fortuna was very different to San Jose with a much nicer feel about it, although a little touristy. The second we stepped off of the bus we were harassed by tour operators trying to 'help' us find our hostel and sell us tours. La Fortuna is a city in San Carlos and ...