Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp
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... and chicken, salad and patacones – very tasty!
Towards the end of our stay we started to worry a little about crossing into Panama, partly because Jim has to carry both bags at present (as I have had a shoulder problem which seems to be improving slowly but that I don't want to aggravate again), but more seriously because we had heard stories of how difficult the crossing is and how obstructive the officials can be on the Panamanian side. A number of scams ...
... is forming. Our Costa Rica team leaders Felipe (leading the team First Felipians) and Wadel (Woodypedia) are doing an amazing job helping us on our journey. The food has been amazing and tonight we were treated to a dessert of green and red jello to help us feel at home.
We thank Thrivent Financial, Habitat for Humanity and mostly God for this amazing opportunity to spread His love and hope to others in ...
... and whole snapper with fries and salad at our favorite local restaurant. During dinner we started hearing karaoke-like singing next door, in what we thought was a deserted cement block building. It seemed like they were putting together an event... the sound continued on and off until we were back on our balcony. By then the singing had escalated to shouting/yodeling...! Turns out, it was a church service.
... but made good times on super roads (ie tarmac and no house sized potholes). Arrived in Sierpe in 2 hours! Nice restaurant called Las Vegas (totally inappropriately named, although menu was a gamble) Met David at the tourist info office in the restaurant who informed us there was a boat going at 1530hrs huge bonus we can get to Drakes Bay today rather than find a place at Sierpe. Found the boatman sorted out fare and ...
... the three bus terminals and figure out which bus is going where, then when you´re in line for the bus they give you the customs declaration form. So backwards. The lines to enter CR were short thankfully, but we did have to wait four hours for a bus that was heading to our destination. We were to meet Ricardo, my room mate, in the seaside vacation town of Uvita (Lit. ¨small grape¨) where he´s been visiting friends for the past few weeks. The bus ride was decent from the ...