Boutique Hotel Jade
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Boutique Hotel Jade
TripAdvisor Reviews Boutique Hotel Jade San Jose
Travel Blogs from San Jose
... at night or even find a bus on the other side. Two ladies, one older and one younger, asked about my plans when getting off the bus. They were both headed to Panama City as well. The younger woman was doing it illegally to visit her father but she waited while the myself and the older lady got our stamps and paid the exit fee from Costa Rica. We crossed into Panama and they said I should find a bus because they were headed to the beach where it was easier to cross ...
... She made the comment that she considers us all travelers and not tourists, which of course made all of our days. We then had a lovely dinner of chicken/rice and amazing fruit juice! Tomorrow we have a full day of orientation dealing with clinics and surgical protocols! We're probably gonna crash early tonight so we can be ready for tomorrow! Buenos noches from Costa Rica! ...
... A chilled out last day together before Kelly waved me off in a taxi to the bus station early the following morning. And then there was one........ I am writing this on my way to Panama, my first solo journey, reminiscing about the past ten weeks!! They have been amazing filled with a ridiculously amount of laughter, loving life moments and selfies! It's hard to pin point my favourite moment so here are my top 10....... 1. Tikal - the Mayan ruins at Tikal are amazing, ...
... but were not sure if it would be available to us. There is a utility sink off in a side room of our condo with a clothesline hanging over it so we figured we were in for some hand washing. I looked at our pile of dirty clothes this morning and wondered how much I could get away with not washing? Ok well underwear seems somewhat easy. So I brought the stack of undies downstairs, found a giant water bottle to create my liquid soap and set out. We bought a ...
So we arrived at the bus station in good time to wait for the ticket office to open. On arrival, Rikki realised that she left the $200 that I got out the cash machine for her the day before under her pillow in the hostel! So she and I flagged down the nearest taxi driver and took the 5/10 minute drive back to the hostel to try and retrieve it. Using our minimal Spanish of 'rapido por favor' (fast please!) Luckily it was all there and we heading straight ...