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Happy Mardis Gras, all. So, I completely forgot to share the surprise yesterday!! We were told yesterday that instead of going to Parque Manuel Antonio for our beach day on Friday, we have been invited to a beach resort community that is only one hour away (as opposed to five hours to Manuel Antonio). One of the students has a very good friend whose mother lives in Costa Rica, in that beach resort community, and she worked it out for us to gain admission to the resort for only ...
... around and notice things. Not sure if it is because I'm finally realizing it really is more about the journey than the destination, or because I'm carrying an extra 20 to 30 pounds, or because our workouts have been sporadic over the past few weeks and we are terribly out of shape, but we took our time regardless. I also realize that if you are looking at your feet the whole way, Macchu Pichu, Kilimanjaro and Temple all look exactly the same. They had a ...
... we headed on down the drive to our personal treehouse. The Yiguirro treehouse had the appearance of being handmade almost completely out of wood taken from the hotel grounds. However, it did not lack any of the modern conveniences, well, as long as your idea of “modern conveniences” consist of a/c, running water and electricity, (sorry, no phones, tv’s or internet!). We were particularly drawn to this place because on their website, it appeared that ...
The 720am bus from Puerto Viaje to San Jose passes by Rockin j's
door, so we sacrificed some sleep and got up early, braving the still
pouring rain to catch the early & more convenient bus.
It was a long wet and winding road, but we did get to stop for some delicious smoothies and pastries, so I was happy out!
We arrived into San Jose bus station to a mob of taxi drivers, its been a long time since we've seen the like.
Unfortunately when ...
... live in the city center, it is the most important working area of the country, which brings in more than a million people daily.
The majority of these people come to the city on busses, and the only reasonable way for tourest to get around the city is by taxi. The sea of red taxi's remind me of the waves of yellow taxi's in NYC.
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