Cano Negro Villas

Address: Barrio Mexico, San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Villa
 
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A travel blog entry by nabeards on Jan 29, 2015

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... but we had permission to use this free WiFi.)The latter use is what we planned for here in San José, and may be useful to us in San Agustín (our town in February) as well. Upon arrival to our place, we found the Internet had great coverage in the general area outside, between all the units, but inside it really only worked in the living room. Good thing we had this device!
We placed the WiFi to ...

Romero

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 08, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... a long but minority voice in the church of the Americas that has spoken for the poor and the oppressed. This was defined in the Latin American church in the last half of the 20th century as the "preferential option for the poor". From this evolved and still evolves a new spirituality and a new way of doing theology that is biblically rooted with special attention to the prophets and the gospels.

Melo had a ...

Introduction to "Pura Vida"

A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Aug 24, 2014

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Yesterday, we flew from Pensacola, Florida to San Jose, Costa Rica. Our goal was to learn more about the Costa Rican people and their way of life. Secondarily, we hoped to find a better, more affordable place for us to share our common hobby of salt water fishing from the surf and from charter boats.

Our San Jose hotel was a true experience. Formerly known as the Hotel Torremolinos, it had been recently renamed Hotel Autentico. That meant not a single ...

San Jose to Monteverde

A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jun 25, 2014

... hostel for $5 a night, and it's really nice. We decided to do a canopy zip line in the afternoon, followed by a night trek to see nocturnal animals when it got dark. The zipline was a lot of fun, although it absolutely tipped it down with rain and we got soaked through to the bone... Luckily it wasn't too cold. The zip lines were incredible though, and it was all really organised. Most of them were really long, and ...

Whitewater and off to San Jose

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 05, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... with a short stop at a grocery store along the way. Once at Rio Sarapequi we got suited up with helmets, life jackets and paddles before splitting into groups of four and heading out. Being near the end of the dry season the water level in the river was fairly low so instead of being class 3/4 it was more like 2/3. After a going through the basics we were off heading down river. With the low levels we were bouncing the boat off a lot of rocks so we had to try ...