Zula Inn Aparthotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We got up this morning as our transfer was arriving at 6.30! That's not to early though because at the minute we are in a routine of getting up at 5ish and sleeping by 8ish/9! It's pretty dark here at 5pm! It was our longest transfer yet taking roughly 4 and a half hours! We took a break at a local market which was by a lake that had roughly 2000 crocodiles! That week a drunk guy had jumped off the bridge into the lake not realising it was infested with crocs...he didn't survive! ...
The other day I found out that my course was finished on Saturday and that my flight to the Dominican Republic is on Tuesday... So I have 4 days before I'm leaving. 4 days alone in Costa Rica. What to do! Well my first choice was to stay at the school at couple of extra days but of course the school was all booked out. So I decided to travel to monto suma with this guy called Andy. He was in my photography course and he is pretty nice. So last ...
... ready for a night in Quepos.
We arrange to meet at the bar where Cat's friend Jason promises to 'sort us out', meaning half price drinks. When the DJ spots us outside, he turns the music so loud that I'm sure he wanted us to go away. We stay. Most of the time outside though.
Adventure tour Costa Rica Quest (including all transport and accommodation) operated by G Adventures, booked through STA Travel.
... dining room rather than at the top of the cliff? Being tired and hungry had only added to the disappointment. While our room was being prepared, we were served a great lunch, served by an awesome "Minor" yup, that's his name – who did everything possible to ensure that all would be well.
A wee siesta, a swim in heavenly pool, another great meal and guess who fell asleep at 8 ...
... were being awarded bachelor’s degrees in nursing or related medical fields.
The ceremony began at 2:05 p.m. and lasted about an hour and a half. Since everything was in Spanish, I couldn’t understand any of the speeches given by five university officials and one student. There were a few musical performances, then the graduates were called up by name to receive their diplomas. Silvia was the second person called since the doctoral degrees ...