Hotel Mango Valley
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... our bus still hadn't appeared. When the refreshment/baggage guy decided to leave us and sell his wears on another bus, we started to think it would never come. And we were right. At the very same moment when Steve suggested it might have been considerate for a member of the ticket office in town to come down and let us know what was happening, a lady with a bag of toilet rolls sat down beside us and informed us that the bus had broken down and wasn't coming. ...
... are done on a smaller scale locally, organically, and all-naturally. Thus, it is very important for farmers to know when the rain is coming. The national bird is brown and grayish and found in almost every region of the country. Farming birds!
Please click on the links to learn more about the birds. It is amazing how many things I have learned about culturally in Costa Rica that just make so much sense!
The group woke up early and had a continental breakfast at the hostel. Then off to central market...but we forgot today is Sunday and it is closed. So we walked around town and visited a park. The area looks far different than home but that is how I like to travel. We hit a panaderia for naked goods and checked out a grocery store. Cost of living is relatively high compared to incomes. People are friendly but the students are shy about using Spanish. But so far everyone is excited to be ...
This morning my contact in San Jose, Augusto and his wife, picked me up for a drive up the Poas volcano. We zipped through San Jose, it was Sunday so all the shops had gates pulled down tight over their storefronts and crowds gathered in front of the churches. As we passed through Alajuela there was a huge commotion, miles of shiny, new, big rig trucks are blazing their horns. Excited crowds cheer them on...it was a day to bless your vehicle! Truck drivers drive ...
We started the day off pretty early (for me anyway) with a breakfast buffet in the hotel, which included lots of traditional Costa Rican foods (the famous rice & beans, fresh fruit, potatoes and sausage) and some American comforts as well (bacon & eggs). Then we got on our bus and headed to Volcan Poas up in the cloud forest. I didn't quite understand what that term meant, but it is literally ...