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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 hotel we stopped and saw ornamental flowers being raised for export...or local buyers. Yes Costa Rica is like a wild and rustic Hawaii. They have also had less rain lately....similar to our west coast. Fields border most roads..and fence posts in many cases are growing trees planted at intervals and strung with barbed wire. Both families we visited had dogs so John got his fix. Now we plan to go jump in the pool....or maybe the river! Wonderful ...
... evening. It's a great way to get to know people because normally during the day everyone is busy so you don't get to chat so much. Today I spent the morning with Claudio looking at the harvest. We tried a few pineapples to see whether they were ready for harvest but the colour wasn't quite right and they were still too acidic. We also watched the harvesting which was a really easy system because there is a machine with a ...
... del Toro in Panama in the morning and were fed up of the cloud and rain which we´d experienced for the past 10 days so hoped the weather would be better there. Although we have loved some of the things we have done in Costa Rica, and the wildlife we have seen, it is certainly not one of our favourite countries we have visited so far. It is almost devoid of its own culture and identity with the whole country just set up for tourism and entertaining Americans. The majority ...
... 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, ...