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... On the way to the next lake for some pictures. There was a heard of Caodi (from the raccoon family) In the middle of the road causing a traffic jam in both directions as people got out to take photos. They decided to hang around longer as they got food from tourists and passerby. After such a long day we all slept the 3 hour journey back to the hostel. Once we got back we decided to do a different tour the next day so stayed another ...
... seen Carolina-- my heart was bursting with happiness! The catch-up began and I don’t think we stopped talking for the next 12 hours.
I felt the adventurer in me coming alive again as my powers of observation shifted into high gear. Right away I noticed a ridiculous number of red cars in Costa Rica—though as I would learn, these are the official taxis! They are all different types of cars, but all bright red. We were asked if ...
... company (Delta) and flying to the US before San Jose. It was a mess! 4 hours with these people. They sent us to the airport doctor for the shot, who told us if we were coming from El Salvador or the US we could fly into CR. We went back to the airline - can't you fly us via the other countries? Nope, we had to wait 6-10 days before we could enter CR. We considered canceling the rest of the trip and going home. The big problem through all of this was that no one ...
... partner! We got along so well
throughout the 2 weeks we spent together, which tells me that longer trips
should and would most likely be planned. He also found it really interesting to
backpack and swears it won't be his last backpacking adventure.
On the early stages of my trip I focused on Scuba Diving and realized just how
much I appreciate this activity. Every future destination will definitely be
near places where diving is possible. I am really glad ...
... choosing their beds for the night. A couple even ventured into the trees by the beach and I caught a glimpse as they swung through the branches.
As if they knew I was immobile, it turns out the hostel turns the pool into an open air cinema each evening. I found my sun lounger again, propped my foot up and didn´t move. As I wasn´t up to walking, I didn´t get to visit the national park. This and the activities in Monte Verde are on the the to-do list for next time I´m ...