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Travel Blogs from Escazu
... shop is empty, she is cleaning and caring for the home, or working on alterations to the gowns Nuria sells.
When I first arrived, the living room in the home was crowded with gowns from the shop awaiting alterations. They were hung on wires strung across the room. They disappeared soon, since Nuria hosts a prayer group once a week in that same area.
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... the landscape except the large billboards advertising American products. As we drove into town, we counted many fast food restaurants, Subway, McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken (aka KFC) and even Taco Bell!
We stayed the first night in the center of the City at the Gran Hotel Costa Rica. It was conveniently located next to the Teatro Nacional where we were to catch the shuttle to Tortuguerro at 6:10 the next morning.
... was a nice breeze.
It was only 510 colones per person (~$1, instead of the $25+ taxi ride to San Jose). Unfortunately, I only had 10,000 colones bills from the ATM... the bus driver had NO change and just started driving without giving me anything. He pocketed 10 mil! I was like, wait! He was like, you wait, I get change... He stopped several times to ask other bus/taxi drivers for change but was not successful to until much later. The ride to ...
... more often than Alonso would have. Fortunately, it was in the 60's and at an elevation of about 5500
ft. mas y menos.
Cerro Rabo de Mico
He pointed out the metal cross and said that Costa Ricans often say they are hiking to the Cross. The peak is also called Cerro Rabo de Mico or 'tail of the monkey.'
If you use your ...
CD: Thanks to Gabe's very nice relatives we were perfectly welcomed to Costa Rica! For the first time (and most likely the last unfortunately) we were picked up at the airport by an adorable Tico--that's what they call the Costa Ricans here--taxi driver whom we recognized thanks to the sign he held saying 'Señor Real de Azual':) I wish I had taken a picture of it! Our backpacker friends will agree what a luxury this ...