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Both my taxi driver Luis and the receptionist at my hotel brought up the World Cup match between our countries, but rather than being sour about the loss the general feeling here is one of pride. Their team has never before made it this far in any World Cup, and so when the team returned to their home country yesterday they were greeted like ...
other than finding what my next destination or adventure would be is a reality
that doesn't exist back home. This feeling is one of the main reasons that push
me to keep travelling, besides seeing amazing scenery, tasting new food and
experiencing adventurous expeditions. Being back in the cold weather of Canada,
having 20 below temperatures, sometime reaching 30 below, makes me wonder why
am I living here when there is such beautiful places in ...
... Once he arrived, he could either carry my backpack or me, and we could go to the coast.
The bus driver had made sure I got the best seat on the bus with space to put my leg up, and when we got to San Jose, he helped me off the bus and found me a taxi driver, who took my bag and helped me to the car. I arrived at the hostel where the security guard took my bag for me and the receptionist checked me into a ground floor room with a double bed - no stairs and no bunk beds for ...
We are very much enjoying Costa Rica beaches, meeting people from all over the world and all the quirks of life here.
We never check the weather, because it's the same temperature everyday and sunny.
We have enjoyed the peace and quiet, we don't have any phones ringing, nor alarm clocks to wake up to or calendars to check.
Sometimes we have to ask each other to find out what day of the week it is.
Beautiful mountains are in San Ramon and ...
... Ark feel to the place. In addition to Toucans and sloths, they host a number of owls, macaws, parrots, kinkajous, and even an otter, porcupine, and the nearly extinct oncilla among a host of other guests. Some will be released back into the wild but many have injuries that are too severe, or they have become too accustomed to humans. to be able to survive in the wild. Some were unfortunate amputees, some had burns, gashes, or breaks, and some were orphans- many ...