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... in Père Hyacinthe Loyson, the Eglise Catholique Gallicane (1879-1893) and the Anglican Reform Mission, that "some made a living by attacking the Roman Church and the Society of Jesus in particular," he included Chiniquy among a number of excommunicated Roman Catholic priests, such as former Barnabite friar Alessandro Gavazzi, who "became anti-Catholic 'no popery' propagandists" and "received ready support from Protestants."(pp73-74) "Even some Protestants ...
... in my bag, but 2 others are stopped and taken off for questioning. I then have to repeat the process agin with my big backpack. Lucky again nothing if interest and we are sent on our way. The next hurdle is the fight for a taxi and a short drive over to another bus station for my bus to Turrialba. A short 1/2 hour wait am off I am again . This time I have the unfortunate aisle seat next to an old man who is on his mobile phone the entire trip. The drive to Turrialba ...
... while the clouds aren't low today it is QUITE a bit colder and windier here. Pants and a sweatshirt are definitely called for. The hotel is very nice though, so I feel more comfortable again. We had a nice dinner in the lovely restaurant in the hotel, and now we are settled in for the evening. The day was not quite as high adventure as zip lining, but still a full day. I am amazed at the beauty and diversity of this country. I love it here! ...
... I had changed some money into Costa Rica colones at the airport as it turned out I had to pay for parking in cash. I then began what was expected to be a 2 and 1/2 hour drive to Turrialba. Even with a GPS I consistently failed to navigate the many roundabouts out of San Jose. The traffic was busy but not that different from the Chicago area at rush hour...UNTIL...I got closer to the city of Cartago ...
There are only two daily buses to Monteverde and we didn't fancy the
idea of trying to make the 6am one so we took the chilled approach and
hung about till 230pm.
We took a taxi in the pourings of rain to the bus station, where
Cathal proceeded to feed a small boy more and more sweets sending him
into a sugar rush craze, ending in major tantrums!
The bus journey took us higher and higher up into the mountains.