- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well I have been residing in the City of Escazu, Coasta Rica for the past few weeks. Enjoying the nightlife and hang in out with my new friends. I have been doing a little exploring to see where I will be going next in this Beautiful territory and its seems as though the beach will be the place.
I have been eating great food, submerging myself in the culture and trying to pick up ...
... faces and most were clearly curious about their new neighbours! They chatted to each other and climbed through the trees and after thirty minutes or so they'd all trouped through - pretty damn awesome. The following day was our first working day and we started what would be our routine for the rest of our time on the island. We woke up before dawn at 4.30am, breakfasted at 4.45am and left camp at 5.30am. The previous groups had made good progress on the path and it was down to us ...
... t get over how expensive everything is he but ill soon be in Nicaragua so hopefully it will become cheap again & less 'let's rip off tourists with our overpriced tours,food & drinks'. Up again for another run, the beach is so beautiful this time in the day. The sand is dark red, bordering on black - I guess because of the volcanoes here. I then popped tut bus station, booked my bus to San Jose & sat on the beach watching the waves :) life is definitely relaxing by the ...
... The highlight however, were the giant crocodiles which were up to 20 feet long. Our tour guide fed him food and we watched as the crocs at it from his hand. He was crazy, but we got some great photos. Back on the ship, we were docked next to the Queen Elizabeth. A beautiful ship. We just did our brackets for NCAA and now heading for sushi in the bar with some friends. Tomorrow, ...
... stretched out across a shallow river and a low lying area alongside of the river. This may not appear to be a major stop, but the number of cars passing and the large number of tourist walking along the bridge countered our first impressions. The bridge did not have any above road suspension or structure; instead it was just a small two land road with narrow walkways that extended over the lowing lying area that had a river running thru it. Walking halfway across the bridge ...