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... McDonalds in David. By that time it was dinner time so we ate at McDonald's. It was rewarding after another long day. After dinner we went to the supermarket and got some snacks for the evening and for our trip to Dominical the next day. We walked 10mins with our groceries and backpacks to the hostel and settled in for the night. We met a few people at the hostel pool a guy from Australia, a couple from Switzerland and another couple from Key West, ...
... we are going" instead I grabbed the phone and there was an English speaking boy on the other end. He asked me where we are going and if he wanted a reservation to be called for us. The bus boy called his friend to speak to us and translate where we were going. It was a very very nice gesture. The bus boy gave us a thumbs up after talking to his friend and we were good to go. It was still raining raining when we got off the bus. We tried giving the bus boy a $2 tip for calling ...
... we were very happy to have done the Western route even though it was so tiring. We spent 15min at the summit before heading back down the Western Route as the clouds started to come in bringing the cold and reducing visibility considerably. We were also worried about heavy rain making the steep descent more treacherous. It took us 3.5hrs to get down because although easier going down the steep descent, combined with loose scree ...
... much rice and beans with your choice of meat although you can normally get chips instead of rice for a change. We headed 47km east of the border to Volcan. Volcan sits at 1500m and is in the shadow of Volcan Baru the highest point in Panama. That will be tomorrows challenge. It’s a 30km+, 10hr hike of upwards of 2000m so it’s going to be a challenge especially if it continues to rain like it is ...
... is a fair trade coffee supplier and treats his workers very well, and we saw the house they live in which in comparison to most is 5 star luxury. We were shown a house that was used by previous owners of the farm and it was just a concrete shell with a tin roof. It was considered good accommodation as it had shelter, but I couldn't believe it. It's a worldwide problem in the coffee trade with the workers not being fairly paid. ...