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The alarm went off at the ungodly hour of 5.20am and we got up and headed off to have our pre-booked breakfast in town. It worked out quite well as Damian's hike started at 7am so he had to have breakfast early and my boat was at 6.30am so the timing was just right. We said our goodbyes and I headed off on to the ferry to San Jorge. I then got a taxi to the Ticabus bus stop to go to San Jose. I had an hour to kill so had more breakfast in a ****** ...
... t for a wonderful woman that runs the small children programme named Terresa who gives up all her mornings to teach these children voluntarily. I would have been very lost without her. A lot of money has recently been donated to the project so I have high hopes for it to expand and help more kids in Carpio.
So that wraps up what will surely prove to be the most influential part of this trip. I'll miss everyone in San Jose dearly and I'm already planning my trip back.
... battle. You may have noticed the kids are often naked or half naked in a lot of our photos. Now you know why!
Costa Rica is child-friendly, but not child proof. While we’ve maintained our vigilance for snakes and scorpions, (Vivian religiously does the “scorpion shake” before putting on her shoes), the possibility of encountering these creatures has fallen way down our daily list of concerns. We’ve ...
... Mark decided) that for dinner we were going to Hooters haha. I ordered clam chowder and it was disgusting but everyone else got really good food and the boys enjoyed the waitresses! Day 76 We spent the whole day wandering around San Jose. We'd had lots of people telling us not to bother coming here, but we love it! It's the first city we've come to where we can walk around safely, and there's lots ...
... crocodile can survive in both fresh and saltwater, so they were right at home in the brackish estuary of the Rio Tarcoles. We were told that they can live up to 100 years, that is, if they survive the young crocodile stage. They are cannibalistic and will eat their young, but once reaching adulthood have few natural enemies. Crocodiles are occasionally found in the salt water of the ocean, a piece of information that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet