Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel
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... were standing in a dark street in front of our hostel, only problem is the hostel matched the dark street. A few knocks and bangs on the door and a light upstairs flickered on. Moments later the front door swings open and we were no longer homeless for the evening. The hostel host greeted us with a giant smile and some sweet tea for a night cap. The next morning we were not greeted by smiles but rather ...
... a half, was watch the Netherlands play Argentina. Unfortunately, they lost the match, but it was still a nice way to spend the afternoon when it finally started to rain in San Jose (it is rainy season in Costa Rica right now). I drowned my disappointment in a bowl of soup that night.
And now it is time for me to leave San Jose behind and make the trip to the Pacific coast. Next destination: Samara!
... that could
also be called home. But being able to afford amazing experiences as these make
living in this insanely cold temperature well worth it!
It's now time to prepare for the next trip which I already have a few options:
Either I go to South America to visit Bolivia and Argentina, further expanding my
list of Latin American countries visited; Or I head to a completely new culture
and culinary experience within Nepal and India, stopping in Sri Lanka for ...
... into someone outside the hostel who had helped take care of my face in Nicaragua, the day of the volcano boarding incident. With my face almost better but now on crutches, I can understand why he considered me a liability. He took me to dinner anyway.
With my mobility severely reduced, my Argentinean room mate offered to help get me to San Jose with him the next day, which would work out perfectly as Ben, a friend I met in Cambodia, was flying into San Jose that day ...
... calipso-ish, flamenco-ish band. Our toast: "To getting lost!"
On day three we escaped san Jose, bound on a bus to Playa Hermosa. San Jose is pretty cool, but no one comes to Costa Rica to spend time In a concrete jungle. Give us a beach! Give us a jungle! Sam had hooked up some couch surfers for us to stay with, a Canadian expat and a uraguayian expat, both surfers, both great guys, and both enjoyed a bit of the Caribbean herbs. They were almost as ...