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Travel Blogs from Puerto Viejo
... as Joel had his phone swiped from his backpack and we not only his phone but also our photos! Hence no photos attached to this blog! Sadly puerto viejo lost its nice feel after that. We stayed in a really nice hostel for the night which had hammocks outside every room, but we left in the morning as it was pouring with rain and seemed like a good day to travel on. We caught a bus to San Jose, which was a quite terrifyingly windy road through the hills! Turns out that buses overtake ...
... Czech) and Roy and Marjelein, a really nice Dutch couple. After a stop at a roadside C,R,B joint for some much needed nourishment, we take to the hike. This is a great route that has us wading small rivers and scrambling over slick rocks. We are in the town of Bribri, indigenous country, and even park on the property of Pierre's indigenous friends. Pierre has a lot of friends! We don't really see much in the way of animals on this one but we get a great ...
... was going on. Again: WHY DOES NO ONE LISTEN TO ME!
The cake was an absolute success, Claire demolished 3 pieces so it must have been good! Woop! I was pretty impressed myself too, although I knew the ridiculousness I had gone through to cook it. Elizabeth was still upstairs and we were all talking and Kym kept sshing me. If you know me this is one of my pet hates. I often don't know I'm being loud as well. I knew I wasn't being loud at ...
... stomachs I really frightened Bentley the sloth as I didn't realise he was blind :( felt horrible!
Gigia, my little angel, is doing ok. He's eaten a bit more and I managed to fed him a large part of what was left. One of my favourite parts of the day is bottle feeding him fluids everyday. It is BEYOND cute. Seriously don't know how I'm going to live without my Gigia bear.
Tonight we had COCKTAILS! Oh yeah! And I got to make them ...
... AK watched the football and then headed into town for some supplies and some money. Josh joined us in the afternoon and we headed to the beach. The sand is quite different to the sand at Puerto Uva as it is black from the volcanic ash. It made the beach look dirty but it wasn't and the sand was really soft. SJ just paddled at the edge but AK got straight in and had a swim and battled the waves which were pretty big & powerful. One particularly big wave caught him ...
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