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... enjoy in the meantime. I'll update this later with the rest of the day and pictures.
Meeting at the Airport:
So my first morning in Costa Rica I hung out at my hotel for a while, waiting for everyone else to arrive. It was a very nice place to hang out. I even sat out in the sun for a while by the pool, and it felt wonderful! It was really warm, but not hot at all.
I left shortly after noon and took a taxi back to the airport, where I was supposed to ...
... shop open in the station that sold Gatorade and granola bars which would have to do for breakfast. As soon as they would let us on the bus it was straight to our assigned seats so we could get some more sleep. The ride to Puerto Viejo takes around 5 hours with a 20 minute stop in the middle and cost us $10 each. The seats were extremely comfortable and I don't even remember pulling out of the ...
... the pad is there mostly to keep the bananas from bruising.
Back at the processing plant we watched them wash and cut apart the bunches and pack them in boxes. The particular batch we saw were being sold individually to institutional customers like schools, prisons, and hospitals that don't need their bananas in bunches.
... who take in injured sloths and we instantly feel in love with the sloths especially the babies. It's great how they care for the sloths and rehabilitate them if possible and send them back out to the wild, usually where they were originally found. Recommend visiting the sanctuary if you want to get up close to these beautiful animals.
On our second day we visited the National Park which ...
... were good!!!The night carried on with clubs until stupid o'clock. We were then up again at 7 to get a 4 hr bus to the capital, San Jose, and then another 4 hours to Monteverde. This day of travel was not good for me as I was either feeling sick or needing the loo the whole time. There were 2 stops for drug checks by the DEA, and I could see my whole unslept needing-the-toilet self made them slightly nervous - these were very long journeys.