Hotel Villa Dolce
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... the most beautiful places I’ve been. It’s not “touristy” (in fact, a lot ...
... umbrellas for us to dine with, however).
After lunch, we drove 20 minutes to Alajuela, where Costa Rica's international airport resides. And I shall attest to Alajuela being as ****** a town as "the town where the international airport resides" suggests (see: Tukwila). But we have an 8am flight out tomorrow, so a B&B near the airport was a necessary evil. The B&B itself was quite cozy, though we were the only visitors for the night. ...
... many animals and a beautiful waterfall. Whenever he needs to make an important decision, as he told us, he walks down to a quiet place with tropical flowers, right next to the waterfall.
We also visited the coffee plantation and house of his charismatic brother. At his house,he showed us big bags filled with coffee. With a big smile on his face, he took both of his hands and filled them with ...
... and having a good time. The nuns created a most amazing meal for us (squash soup with rice, and some sort of chicken and tortilla and cheese casserole, followed by strawberry pudding with whipped cream).
It's 8pm CR time, and we're all zonked. I will try to post some photos tomorrow, after our full day of activity (church, orientation, and planning). The warmth is nice, the people are lovely, and the vibe is relaxed. Pura vida!
... and my profe and got lunch at my favorite cafe. After that I visited with another friend in San Jose before heading back to Hojancha.
After another long ride I made it back home and have been busy with work ever since. Still have to get things done with the families that are hosting the big group of students coming in a few weeks. It was so nice to get out of Hojancha for a little while but it's good to be home :)