Travel Blogs from Alajuela
... with splinters in my bum. We are currently at a fiesta which happen quite often in the summertime here. It's basically a country fair with a midway, food vendors everywhere selling churros and meet of a stick, and a rodeo arena, where we are currently sitting. The activities started at 6, and it's now 7, and they have been introducing people, having moments of silence...o it's about to ...
My flight from Chile was to Liberia - a small town with not much to do other than some day trips, eg I went to a beach (Playa Hermosa) one day with Alessandro (Italian guy in my hostel who'd been in Liberia for 3 weeks already!). Already on the first day in Costa Rica I saw a big iguana and a howler monkey! I hung out in the evening with Alessandro and his tico (Costa Rican) friend Luis Adrian, who is not at all afraid to say how he feels and sends me some very ...
... us a meal that may have cost a bit more than we were expecting, but now we know what to look for and how to handle money situations. Personally I'm stuffed and satisfied and ready for the walk back to our home for the night. Navigating the narrow road on foot is a bit nerve wracking as we have been told that people are struck by vehicles on the road with regularity. Thankfully some of us have headlamps, flashlights and reflective material on ...
... disabilities and who were abandoned. There are 100 residents ranging from 10 months to 90 years old. It was founded and is run by Sisters of the Sacred Heart. There is a small medical and educational professional staff and the Sisters rely on volunteers and financial donations to maintain their services, www.manosabiertas.org
THE RESIDENTS: Residents are treated with respect and human dignity. I call it love therapy. So rather than ...
Hay muchas cosas que yo veo todos los dias! Yo decidi de tomar fotos para ustedes! Por ayudar a imaginar mi vida aqui!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking