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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... t get, but the advantage to that is it is much easier to spot wildlife on a clear day. We took a three hour guided hike that included eight hanging bridges over the forest canopy. Our guide was wonderful. We saw a parrot, a poisonous pit viper snake that was emerald green, a couple other interesting birds, a wild looking caterpillar, a hummingbird nest, a big beetle, and a species of avocado that isn't much bigger ...
... 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 ...
... about everything challoner related and then I went back to sleep, a common theme which I feels helps me to identify with the country's national symbol the sloth. Eventually I arrived and we went for dinner in a typical Costa Rican restaurant, verified by the presence of Ticas. Dad ordered a local delicacy- Mondongo or Cow's stomach to the less travelled amongst you. We were left decidedly undecided on the dish as it was a nice sauce but the meat was ...
The start of my thirteen week Raleigh 13G expedition experience in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, was both fun and challenging in equal measure - más o menos! The thrills and spills that ensued are really too much to put into words, but I've tried to capture them here. For 13G Volunteer Managers our expedition lasted thirteen weeks, the first two of which would be training in our roles as Project Managers or Fieldbase ...