Zula Inn Aparthotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... watch that. It was some weird Spanish version of Hansel and Gretel with lots of witches and hanging and killing and blood and horrible acting. I did not like it. Kattya walked by and said "Oh, que linda" meaning "oh, how nice" and she was not being sarcastic. So that will probably give me nightmares but whateves. Tomorrow, I'm pretty sure we're going to play soccer and go to the mall and dance? I'm not really sure. I just go with the flow because that's all ...
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 ...
... of that view, when who should come along but the Squirrel Monkeys! I think I identified them as Spider monkeys in an earlier blog, but I got the name wrong. Sorry. They are Squirrel Monkeys and they are only found in three places in the world, two of them being Costa Rica. Very rare and endangered but plentiful in these forests. So next thing we know they have climbed on our balcony, even hanging out on ...
I have been in Costa Rica for over ten weeks now and have written only once. Not only was lack of time and internet an issue, but I have been WORKING. Waking up every single day and going to my job. Like any job, my day to day life seemed mundane to report. Who really writes a blog about their work, however glamorous it might appear to the rest of the world?
My summer job in Costa Rica was working as a guide for an adventure travel company that ...
... off the bus by one of the teachers from the school and whisked off for a preliminary spanish test. Gven we were all knackered (and starving!), I don't think any of us particularly excelled at this. However, it allowed the school to assess just how bad we all were and allocate us teachers ready for the next morning.
After this we headed off to meet our host families. I was initially a little nervous about invading a stranger's house for two ...