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... North American expats and tourists. Anecdotal evidence suggests that long stretches of Costa Rica's Pacific coast have morphed from beautifully-isolated paradisiacal beaches, into mile after mile of concrete condo jungles, that are bursting at the seams with North Americans taking their obligatory two weeks of annual timeshare allotment.
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Had a great time on the way to Termales del Bosque, the hot springs hotel where we will live while working at the school. We stopped to see some parks and churches. The most notable was Zarcero...check out the crazy groomed bushes. It is really incredible. We had lunch at a ...
... of the jungle was really beautiful. Our little safety talk on entrance to the jungle was pretty intimidating; donīt touch ANYTHING, it may be poisonous or something may be on it that will bite you! Apparently, huge tarantulas wait next to the most beautiful flowers waiting for a hummingbird to visit and then.....*shudder*. The guide didnīt have to worry - we understood perfectly!
We began the walk through the jungle and the guide showed us lots ...
... Gatsby, very excited!! As I have seen all the different stages of growth in bits and pieces I need to somehow put all the snippets of knowledge together to make a logical timeline! The seeds for the new plants are not bought, they are harvested from old plants after they have had their fruit harvested. The plants are chopped short to allow the seed space to grow and they are collected after around two months. When they are ready they are collected by ...
... guy at the bus station who worked at the nearest hostel Shangri La. It was reasonable and had all we needed for 2 nights, so we booked in. The town seemed friendly, laid back, and reminded us of Hopkins in Belize, but with a few more restaurants and tour operators. It was nice to be back on the Caribbean side, the first time since Utila in Honduras. The following morning, we set out to explore Cahuita and north to Playa Negra. We walked through the town and headed north ...