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Hey då Nicaragua! We had fantastic 4 weeks. Though the border crossing was one of the longest we ever had; a bit inefficient: waiting outside since 9 am in front of the immigration office, then waiting inside, then we were asked to go to the next room where we finally got stamped and could jump on the boat at 12pm. Filling in more papers. Then at 12:30pm we leave the dock, finally. Cruising on Río Frio towards Costa Rica. It is a ...
Today was a travel day. We left our the hotel at 8AM, had a three hour ride to the airport in San Jose, three hour flight to Miami, two hour layover in Miami, three hour flight to Boston, then about an hour ride home. We finally got home after midnight. Long day!
Here are three photos of our treasures from Costa Rica.
... along an empty street with businesses locked behind steel gates and barbed or razor wire fences. Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore. Unnervingly we got out of the cab, paid our $5 fare and checked into our room at Hotel Casa Tago (great hotel, see review). Once settled in our cozy room I decided it was time to shower and wash away the 17 hours of travel when I came face to face with something I've never seen before. Huh, ...
... and there are lot of buses. it is the main way of transportation. and the roads are pretty small. so let's do the math: small country, lots of people, no lanes, lots of huge buses....yeah.
so now about my day. i was pleasantly surprised to find out that my school where i'm taking classes is gorgeous. it's really colorful and there are really pretty plants and flowers everywhere. the building are painted bright, fun ...
... move at a snailīs pace, Costa Ricans get priced out of homes and canīt afford basics such as food.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking