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... planet there is a hostel in Cartago, but we went to the address indicated and found nothing. After a short loop of the area we realised we were running out of options. Should we find a bus to San Jose, where we would easily be able to find a hostel for the night? Should we go back to Uvita? Should we forge onto Orosi, an even smaller town, and see if we could find accommodation there? We decided to walk back to the ruins one more time, just incase Juan Carlos was there. It was now ...
... I could learn to surf and hang out with reggae music and new good friends who became like family. We stayed in a hostel up the hill, called Luz en el Cielo, which was actually owned by a girl from Fort Collins, and felt like a jungle retreat and served delicious breakfast each morning. I ended up staying a week there, and would have stayed longer if I wasn't due to meet Anna Morris soon in Osa Peninsula.
The mornings were spent surfing at Playa Grande with Anne ...
... Therapist. We spent half of our time in Occupational Therapy helping run activites and talking to the residents. We also folded LOTS of sheets with Maria in the laundry! We bounced around from place to place wherever they needed help all day. After our day was done we had a debriefing meeting with the staff of CCS, then we all planned our weekend trips!
Wednesday they dropped us off in reverse order so everyone had an opportunity to see the placements they had not seen the ...
... check out downtown San Jose. We were surprised at the Costa Rican mentality, having been in Asia for a while, which is modest. In Costa Rica, people are openly affectionate in public and we were surprised to see everyone very well dressed, perhaps more modern and trendy than most countries, we even saw a few punks. In fact, the punk hair style seems to be a trend among men, with some preferring piercings all over their faces.
thee most painfull bus ride in the world. a solid 3 hours thru the hills on a bumpy gravel road, bumpy being an understatment, and i was hungover which is always a bonus
had mint lunch at treehouse resturant then went bush trekkin, zipplining and ...