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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.
Of course, on the flip side are the wonderful stories of adrenaline activities, ...
... s first game which will be shown on a large screen at the school. Students learned how to go to the bank to exchange money and how to catch the bus back to our hotel. They visited the small central market and fruit stands ( see picture) as well. Tonight students are on their own for dinner and they have their choice of going to the ...
... bags delivered to our garden rooms and put bathing suits on to head down to the pools....filled by natural hot springs....maybe tomorrow afternoon we will try the river below with interesting pools. Dinner in the lovely dining room with tall windows letting the light and breezes in. I am sitting here in the open air lobby typing on my old smart phone that I am using on wi-fi....thanks daughter Jenn for the tip.
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... the pods to allow us to taste the seeds; the seeds are covered with a kind of soft, sweet mush which you can suck off - it is very tasty! He told us about the different colours of the pods and how that affects the flavour of the mush inside! After this, he took us for another walk in the jungle to look for wildlife - unfortunately, after the mosquito massacre the previous day, we really weren´t enjoying being in the jungle. We felt very vulnerable as thousands ...
... quite interesting. One of the factoids he shared was that the minimum wage in Costa Rica is $315 U.S. per month. I think he meant the average wage. He also talked about the typical morning meal of rice and beans called Gallo Pinto.
The higher we went the darker, cloudier, and cooler it became. As we traveled along Eddie collected our fee for the day's activities, $75 each.
We arrived at the bus ...