Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel San Jose
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... Rice, beans, mixed chayote and sweet corn, mixed green papaya and pork chop, salad, and sweet plantain. Was kinda main steam but really good. Got to the hotel, checked in, and had a little orientation. Got to the cabin, settled, and crashed! Gets dark here early, guess it is that equator thing. Could not keep my eyes open and crashed at 8:30. We have an early morning tomorrow for our canoe ...
... hostel, I somehow latched onto a group of 3 environment conservationists who had just returned from several weeks in the jungle. The group was incredibly diverse. There was the Filipino man who couldn't stop talking about the Filipino eagle, which is pretty cool and rare, only 400 wild Eagles still exist! It also has cool head feathers which look a bit like david beckham's old haircut. A Mexican man who works in the zoo and mainly deals with amphibians and ...
... quite low. However today was just amazing!!! So much fruit! Watermelon, passion fruit, papaya, pineapple, guava, physalis, mandarin, an orange fruit I've not tried before. And my absolute favourite - rambutan!!!! Oh it's been so long. The excitement didn't end there, I also ordered banana pancakes, which were delicious! I enjoyed this feast sat out in the garden by the pool in the sunshine. The view was lovely, up into the mountains. So pretty :) The rest of the morning ...
... surprised that accommodation can still be gotten for prices comparable to Nicaragua or Panama. The coast is however clearly a popular spot for holidays makers on a one week or two week sojourn and hence, the price of activities there at times reflects this. I have heard that this is even more true of the pacific coast, which we didn't have time to visit. My advice; go see the nature and beaches, organise your own food and fun where possible and then move ...
... very best in my very rudimentary Spanish to explain what we were doing on his farm. "Good afternoon, seņor. We walk Orosi. Where is Orosi? Is this your farm?" He gave us a generous smile, sensing our fear. "Just keep walking down this road, you'll pass my house, my wife can give you coffee. This road will lead you back into Orosi. Would you like to take so e oranges for the walk?" Before we could reply he was picking handfuls of oranges from the trees and filling our backpacks with ...