Adrian Kreupeling

Santo Domingo, Heredia, Costa Rica


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About @fraluchi

85 years old • Male • Hospitality Consultant

Hotel Executive for multinational hospitality companies, living in Costa Rica since 1996. Born in Holland, educated in Belgium and Switzerland, lived several years in Spain, England, France, Germany, Italy, Syria and Egypt. Speaks 6 languages.

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    Hospitality Consultant.

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    We offer furnished and fully equipped vacation rentals in the center of Costa Rica, near airport and excellent public transport facilities. They are economical and safe starting points from where to discover the country's fascinating attractions. ADSL internet and luggage deposit available.

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Work hard and be honest


Manuel Antonio - April 2009

20 Apr 2009 - 23 Apr 2009 • 9,289 kms

Costa Rica

Extreme Rain Forest

27 Dec 2006 - 29 Dec 2006

Costa Rica

Costa Rica November 2005

31 Oct 2005

Costa Rica

Travel Help

Route of Santiago de Compostela

My wife and I have walked various Caminos de Santiago in Spain (Francés, Sanabrés, Aragonés, Primitivo) in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. We served as "hospitaleros" in 2010 at Refugio Guacelmo in Rabanal del Camino. In 2013 we also volonteered as "Amigos" at the Santiago de Compostela pilgrims' office. You may find some of our early impressions on Youtube, keywords Santiago, Memories of a Great Road.

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Costa Rica

Santo Domingo de Heredia, in the center of Costa Rica, near airports and excellent public transport, is a good town (base camp) from where to discover the country's fascinating attractions: easy day trips to discover fauna and flora, volcanoes and national parks, and practice rafting, mountain biking, bungee jumping , hiking. The Pacific and Atlantic coasts are a mere 2 hours' drive away. You may find culturally interesting and reasonably priced places off the beaten track where to stay. And if your goal is to learn Spanish, several language institutes are located nearby.

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