Hotel Ii Millenium
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Smith or Jones, What are the chances that one of these people, who now make our English department the grand total of 6, will have the same surname as me? WHAT!! There cannot be another Drapes! I was told this by my Kings' School family- There's never another Drapes and they never lie!! Wrong people, wrong!! She too was called Drapes by her former colleagues!. There are now two Miss Draper's in our mini Department! Well that can only mean one thing can't it? ...
... in the world that does not have an army. I thought that was pretty cool. I spent the remainder of the flight playing Bejeweled on the TV screen on the seat in front of me. After about two hours of fairly smooth flying we set down at LAX where we taxied around the tarmac for what seemed like forever, and to make it worse once we finally got to our gate the jetway wasn't set up so we just sat there for another ten minutes. It was during this ten minutes that I met ...
Today Rachel, Kelly, Vicky, Phil and I were catching the 9am bus up to San Jose, so we met Dan, Megna, Jason and Alex at the bus station to say our goodbyes. At one of the stops we made on the way up to San Jose, Vicky and I got some dulce de leche and white chocolate ice creams that looked like Christmas trees - amazing! In San Jose we dropped our bags off at the hostel then Phil, Vicky and I decided to treat ourselves and go ...
... several restaurants and banks. It was nice! The supermarket was quite fancy - I really wanted to buy some fruits, but disappointingly they didn't have a lot. So I ended up with half a watermelon and a (non native!) kiwi. I am also remembering how expensive Costa Rica is! I also popped into the chocolate shop, here they make chocolate from the beans and the shop smelt amazing! They had lots of different flavours - chai tea, cinnamon, pepper, pineapple, coconut, ...
... amazing. Certain members of our group faced their extreme fear of heights and inspired us with their bravery on zip line after zip line. The tour culminated with a mile-long ‘Superman’ zip line high over the forest canopy, and a stomach-churning ‘Tarzan’ swing that was absolutely terrifying, even for me who doesn’t have a big fear of heights.
Saturday, Aug.9 – Bungee Jumping over a cloud ...