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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... enjoyed the view.
Our taxi arrived on time and we began the long bumpy road back to Port Jimenez. It was like being in a massage chair for an hour and a half. Even though it had rained, the rivers we forded were not any higher than before. It is so dry there, that is all soaked in. It was heavenly to have the air conditioning in the taxi. We met Freddy back at the grocery store and changed vehicles.
Our next ...
... that I know next to nothing. Another new volunteer Lauren knows only a little bit more than me, so thankfully we will be doing classes together. The third new volunteer Sonia is from Spain, so she already has the language down pat. From here it's off to the first school visit, Cocal. When I very first pictured Costa Rica, the town of Cocal is pretty close to what I conjured up. Cocal is the poorest community and is based on a little island just off the coast of Quepos. ...
... didn't come up and harass you like I have seen in other places either, they just modeled for pictures and acted like they were alone. The cutest part was that one monkey had her baby clutching her back, they flew from tree to tree, and the baby just hung on for dear life. We wandered around the park for hours playing on the beach, and walking through the jungle. We spent the rest of our days wandering the beach and jungle and enjoying great views, great food and the best coffee ...
... of nowhere.
Today we will be heading to a much lower elevation where it will be warmer and more humid. We'll be on the road for 4 hours and arrive for lunch at Dona Edith's located in the town of Santo Domingo. After lunch we'll drive to the Rafiki Safari Lodge which has a South African theme where all wildlife is preserved for future generations. I can't wait to see Carolyn's face when she sees that we will be sleeping in upscale African tents. I hope ...
We made it out of Costa Rica (barely, but more of that to come after), and made it to Panama City after a lovely 16hr bus ride! Our last days in Costa Rica consisted of exploring the land, exploring the underside of waves as they crashed upon us, again and again and again, catching a few (very few) nice waves, exhausting ourselves swimming and diving, recovering on beaches, swinging from trees into waterfalls, drinking beers, eating food, more ...