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... and my profe and got lunch at my favorite cafe. After that I visited with another friend in San Jose before heading back to Hojancha.
After another long ride I made it back home and have been busy with work ever since. Still have to get things done with the families that are hosting the big group of students coming in a few weeks. It was so nice to get out of Hojancha for a little while but it's good to be home :)
Sat around enjoying the scenery before our cab picked us up around eleven for a fifteen minute drive to the air strip, uneventful journey, even though the road disappeared at on point an we just drove down the river for a bit. Got to the air strip and the terminal is a shed with a counter and a set of scales. The guy takes our details, checks us in and weighs our luggage, one is a ...
... We had quite a selection including pizza, bean dip and tortilla chips, fresh tomatoes, pork ribs (BBQ), and of course red wine.
After the good and relaxing lunch we started for the first of five waterfalls. It was a beautiful stroll down several stone stairs. It had stopped raining while we ate lunch, so the walking was a little easier. We finally made it to a bridge from which one could look upstream ...
... biodiversity. After dinner this evening we had a presentation by a local biologist who studies bats. While the U.S. has only one type of bat, those that eat insects, Costa Rica has vampire bats, carnivorous bats, bats that eat fruit, others that feed on the nectar of flowers (night-time humming birds if you will), and even a group of bats that specialize in eating fish. All of this diversity for a single type of animal in a ...
... 30 earthquakes of magnitude-6 and larger. Two exceeded magnitude-7 – in 1978 and 1990 – but did not cause any deaths. The last deadly quake to strike Costa Rica was in 2009, when 40 people died in a magnitude-6.1 temblor. Associated Press writers Jack Chang, E. Eduardo Castillo, Olga R. Rodriguez, Santiago Torrado and Anita Snow in Mexico City; Cesar Barrantes in San Jose, Costa Rica, and AP Science Writer Alicia Chang in Los Angeles contributed to this ...