Costa Verde Inn
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... came in a couple of days earlier!
We took a taxi into town on Friday morning to meet the car delivery. It is nice to have wheels again, although Jose, the Wild Rider delivery guy, gave us so many cautionary notes about driving (and more critically, parking) in Costa Rica that Phyllis was almost too nervous to get on the road. We had read about this before, but he emphatically reinforced the idea that you CANNOT leave anything ...
... for her anymore which was a shame. We’d ended up spending a lot less time in Costa Rica than we originally thought, but as prices have increased so much since I was last here, and we’d done most of our wildlife watching in the much cheaper neighbour, Nicaragua, we made our way to the border between Costa Rica and Panama on the Panamerican Highway having had a great week visiting some old friends and meeting their new families in Costa Rica. We arrived at ...
... the countries lack of vigilance when it comes to two of it's more precious resources- standing by while corrupt profiteers seek to feed the insatiable Chinese demand for shark fins and turtle eggs will clobber their Eco reputation very quickly if they are not careful. You can always do more but I would give ourselves a B grade for this objective and we'd highly recommend CR for an embrace of nature.
... t leave that out), all within a short drive! My kinda of place…I am picking up more and more spanish every day, no doubt by the end of the year I will be pretty close to fluent! Then I can switch my 28/28 rotation down to south America! Haha!
I will put some pictures up of the new Pad here soon. They are preparing my kingdom for me!
... to grab dinner. Since we didn't want more casados and also didn't want to take out any more colones (money) right before we leave the country, we decided to eat at KFC and Quizno's, where we can use our credit cards to pay. I've never seen Archie so excited about $7 of fried chicken. He was so stoked that he could barely order his food. I was so pumped about eating ketchup that I kept two packets. I'd probably sell my soul for some Vietnamese spring ...