Club Del Cielo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Walked around and thought I could find what I needed before I finally gave up and tried asking assistance from someone who worked there to find the salad dressing. He eventually led me to the right place.
Then at 6, Aleksandra and I started chopping up vegetables for our pasta salad and at 7 pm, everyone came with their food. You'll have to see on instagram all the pictures I posted but it was definitely such a fun time just getting ...
... used to and is so juxtaposed to how friendly everyone is here.
Although there is little violent crime in Costa Rica (much less per capita than the U.S.), there is some crime of poverty, pickpockets, etc. Not surprising when you think that a stolen phone might feed one's family for a week or month.
I do like it here and could see ourselves coming back again notwithstanding there being so many places in the world I'd love to ...
Nothing special today.
I went back to Quepos in the 8:30 AM bus and came back in the 1:00 PM bus ($1,400 C / each way). I had to pick up my Smart-Phone and my Central America / Lonely Planet book (The bible as I call it :)... since everyone reads it and uses it) that I forgot when I left in a rush to get my bus.
Got to the hostel and saw all my compadres there... ...
... 8230;”No blah-blah espanol”
Bejuco = bay-who-koh
Jaco = hock-oh
Quepos = kay-pose
Esterillos Oeste = estereeohs oh-ay-stay
Que Comemos = kay coh-may-mose
Thursday would be the last full day of rest and relaxation for us. Rick, the next door neighbor, came over to warn us of some winter storm that was wreaking havoc on air travel to and from the Midwest, and suggested that we contact ...
... up the escuelita (little schoolhouse). In addition to painting the school rooms, we spent this time cleaning the outside of the school with a ball of yarn and a "bottom of a child's potty". In Costa Rica do as the Costa Rican's do and use what is available to get the task done. What a blessing it is to be able to serve the children by our ability to be flexible with our tasks. The guys spent the ...