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... mountains, 5,000 feet, into the cloud
forest, to our destination: The Peace Lodge at the La Paz Waterfalls. The
little boy was alive and so were we.
Peace Lodge, La Paz Waterfall and Wildlife Park
It’s rained three times since we arrived twenty-four hours ago. Once
as we drove in an orange cab out of San Jose and up into the mountains to La
Paz Waterfalls. Actually we drove through a cloud that was full of
water. We had entered ...
... the usual classes but also the students are graded on attendance, presentation and behavior. More money is available for schools and health care because Costa Rica has no army.
We then are divided into three groups fortunately each with a Spanish speaking member of our group and visited a family for lunch in their home. It was so nice with just 5 of us and we could really talk...even a new 3 week old baby in the house. Winifred and her ...
... packhouse has two separate lines for Europe and the USA as they have different restrictions and allowances on chemicals plus slightly different fruit is required by the markets. Then the fruit is sprayed with a white liquid called wax, with special care being taken to spray the peduncle. The wax contains fungicide and chlorine to control bacterial growth. The pineapples are then blasted with air to dry them a bit before they properly enter the ...
... in the trees so it was well worth it. They are tricky to spot in the wild so luck was shining on us again, either that or we're becoming good wildlife spotters! We went for a quick swim when we reached Playa Negra again. After lunch, we paid the donation charge and entered Cahuita National Park, a lovely stretch of tropical rainforest overlooking a white sandy beach and a protected reef system. We followed the easy trails and saw two sloths, lots of white faced capuchin ...
... very reassuring! After two days we'd had enough of hiking into town twice a day and found a small breakfast bar which served delicious 'gallo pinto', rice and scrambled eggs together with fresh coffee and papaya or mango juice.On the third day we arranged a tour up to a coffee plantation in the mountains around the Central Valley, a climb up to the Poaz volcano and waterfall park where we saw toucans,macaws and humming birds for the first time.We also visited Barva, ...