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... small and when we hit some turbulence it felt like being on a roller coaster - not good for someone who doesn't like flying in the first place!!! After the 45 minute flight, I was met by Alex, the Project Manager. We then took a taxi into town to the project's house to dump my bags and have a look around Puerto Jimenez. After gulping down 2 large (and delicious) ...
... whom I had met at the hotel in Rivas. He is a forest engineer and had been made redundant due to his age back in Santiago de Chile. Though, he is only 50 or 55 I think! Anyway, he has a Costa Rican girl-friend, and hopes he can find work here.
I arrived at one of the umpteen bus stations they have in the capital and got a cab to my hostel. The cab fare was more than I expected of course at $8, though I couldn't be happier with my new accommodation. The ...
... to have found them. And that was pretty much that day. I could now leave San Jose, but the next day Costa Rica was playing in the world cup so I had to stay to watch that.
A group of us in the hostel were going to go to a bar on Friday morning to watch the game, but all the bars were full with queues of people wanting to get in (kick off at 10am). So we watched it in the hostel. At full time, with Costa Rica ...
... cultures, places, and people. We have seen beautiful places and also some ugly things. It hasn't been easy, but we've spared you the unpleasantries in our blogs :)
Below is a list of observations we have made along the way:
-The locals will be wearing rasta colors, singing his music, and the stores will be selling his shirts. It doesn't matter what country we visit or what language they speak; everyone loves Bob Marley!