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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... at 70%cocoa solids by adding some sugar. The chocolate was poured into moulds and then a filling of peanut butter, dulce de leche or Nutella was added and then sealed with a layer of chocolate and then we patiently let them set in the fridge and then put them to the taste test!
Monteverde was our next stop where our main objectives were to zip line through the forest and to see a sloth. We started with a night walk through the forest where we saw a ...
... San Jose. The hotel is awesome! It has a very open air feel to it. I'm in a room with two other girls and they're both awesome, so that worked out well. There's one giant bed and one twin bed. The room is up and down a bunch of stairs so it was hard to get the luggage there though! The room has it's own bathroom and windows. The only issue with the windows is that it's super loud all day/night long. There are tons ...
We arrived at lunch time in San Jose. We walked down the very busy Main Street looking for a nice sandwich. Unfortunately all to be found in the first half were American and foreign take out joints, so Pollo Campero it was. We looked at a few nice cathedrals and the very old and amazing ...
... for the phase ahead. We were all old hands by now at changeover and made quick work of the food counting and tool pack up. Everything went smoothly and after the rounds of presentations, Turi time, one last big group shot and the highly anticipated X-Ray Factor evening, everyone went on their way; onwards to phase three or homewards and back to reality. As Zulu 4, we had the shortest journey to our destination with just an hour in a bus, before we reached Guayabo. ...
This weekend I tried some local Ron (rum!) from costa rica and from nicaragua which were both very nice! On saturday night Ofelia had some family round for dinner and we had chifrigo which was so so amazing. It is rice, beans, slow cooked pork, tomatoes, avocado and tortilla chips. Definitely the best local dish I have tried and I can't wait to have it again! On sunday I went with Ofelia and her son Javier to a nearby active volcano called Irazu. The last eruption was in 1994 but ...