Sueno Celeste (Blue Dream)
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het weertje die we de laatste 5dagen hebben gehad is voor een land met een massa aan regenwouden dus heel normaal. Heel duidelijk is te zien dat wanneer we door steden rijden of gebieden met open vlaktes het er veel droger en warmer was. We spreken hier over 32 graden met volle zon en 20 km verder 20 graden met bakken, bakken en vaten vol sop. …
Much more later! I didn't have wifi. We're in Manuel Antonio right now, and tomorrow we meet our host families! We meet in San José and drive about an hour to Tobosi with them. Carada-land of crocodiles Parque nacional carada is the only park in Costa Rica with handicap access but they're working on making more. That's all I've got for you this morning, it's 7:45 and I'm not fully awake yet. --Pictures ...
... and back to the hotel. The hotel is about a 15 minute walk out of town, into the countryside. And the hotel was amazing! Small little cabins, and a pool!! So that was my afternoon sorted - at the pool! Most of us had the same idea. And we spent all afternoon there. It started to cloud over around 4.30pm. And get cold. So I had a shower and sorted all my stuff out. Then the plan changed and we were all heading off to some more hot springs! We piled into another van - and had ...
... a large flock of egrets that had
been roosting near the tilapia pond took to the sky. At about six I began to
actually function and started the coffee maker. I stood on the porch with my
coffee and watched as the sun began to burn through the early morning mist. I
debated walking but the mist would frequently give way to bursts of rain and I
opted to continue to observe from the dry safety of the porch.
The sun won the battle with the
mist and rain ...
... bus to arrive. It is amazing how many people there are here
and how alone you can feel…and yet…out of the crowd is a familiar face. A man I
had met only once before, he works at the Aguas Claras Ministry of Agriculture,
approached me and asked how my bus ride was. Turns out he eats his lunch every
day at the Soda next door to the bus stop. The next bus came through the station;
my friend finished his lunch and stuck his head ...