Hotel Villa Creole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at just one of their plants here in C.R.
The Costa Rican government is on the leading edge in terms of many things here, things that include:
- 25% of the entire country is environmentally PROTECTED, more than any other country in the world;
· There is a 96.3% literacy rate here in C.R. – One of the highest in the ...
... months each winter. There's a young Canadian couple with an 8 month baby who are in Costa Rica for 6 months during the woman's maternity leave, and there is a nice American man we've met who has retired and lives here full time. Everyone is friendly and we are able to feel a sense of community here, which is really nice.
While walking around town one day, we came across a sign in Hebrew and after walking a little more, we came across a second ...
... I knew so many people.. Hehe I was allowed to chose one activity to do while we are here. Because I'm starting to getting a littlebit sick of the beach. So I chose horseriding! We went horseriding in the rainforest and it was really cool. The man that was riding with us could only speak Spanish; or the only thing he could say in English was Costa Rica no problema.. So we could not really communicate with him. But he did understand when to take ...
... I'm learning Spanish again. It's been on my to do list for a while and thank goodness, its finally getting done.
Then when Spanish ended at 3:30, Alana (becoming my BFF here) and I tried Soda - she didn't finish her food while I finished mine more so cause I was starving by this point after taking one class after another. Just hung out for a while in the class trying to find things to do for the weekend.... Took another shower, went to Tacobar, with ...
... a guy walking back from the market with some groceries, presumably back to his house rental. As usual, Jorge is setting up shop with his beach chairs and umbrellas. This is a pretty darn awesome place.
'Pura Vida' (roughly translated as "the good/pure life") is the equivalent of "Roll Tide" down here for Ticos. You'll hear folks say it to greet one another, say good-bye, say 'that's ok', say "what's up?", use it as ...