Hotel Villa Creole
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... renting it. We left the car running and watched the meter go up, and stopped it right when we had just enough gas. I had not done that trick before, but it was absolutely brilliant! When we got back to the rental place, we had better service returning the car and quickly went to the airport.
When we got to the airport, we had to pay a departure tax (roughly $30) before checking in. After check in, we quickly cleared customs and went straight to the ...
... once.... I had a shower before I left but when I arrived at the airport I felt like I was filled with dust and gas from the cars. I had to wait for almost 2 hours at the check in because the people from Thai airways didn't know where Costa Rica was, so they couldn't send my luggage there. And they were really confused with what to do. But eventually I arrived in Bangkok and had only 50 hours to go. On the flight to Brazil I ...
... and it was raining hard, I just wanted to stay in and edit the photos from today. I still had left overs from TacoBar last night so that was a great dinner. Pretty thankful I did stay in tonight. Aleksandra (my roommate) and I got to talk to each other about life and what we want out of it. She's making me think of moving to Geneva, apparently its the place to go. Hmmm, add that to the list of places to see?
He messaged me. Hoped that I was having a ...
Jill & I chilled at the house in the afternoon, tired and happy to rest in the a/c. Tomorrow is our beach day, baby! We're looking a little pasty.
The boys were too tired after their seagoing venture to eat out for dinner. But Jill and I went anyway to Los Almendros, a block and a half walk away, said to be the best dining in the town. It was very good and they even offer vegan options for ...
... brownie points associated with being fair trade. Starbucks can (and definitely do) buy just 5% of their beans from farms complying with fair trade standards, yet still get to use the fair trade logo on every cup, chocolate bar, cookie. If that doesn't smack of a con, know this: the odds are stacked that your soy grande with palm oil syrup is most likely that remaining 95% - cheaply produced, poorly picked and roasted. ultimately, very very unfair coffee disguised by ...