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Head in the Clouds
We left San Jose by bus and headed up to the mountains, Monteverde our destination. After a reasonably comfortable 3 hr bus journey we hopped off the bus, at Santa Elena, a small village filled with adventure tour shops, cafes and restaurants, its sole purpose for existing was to cater to tourists seeking adventure …
... salsa. All quite delicious! There was enough food that everyone that was upstairs got to have a taste of the fish. Had fun visiting with some of the other visitors.
Our days are coming to an end and we will be moving on to meet up with friend Craig who lives above the town of Parrita on the road to Purriscal and San Jose.
... small town in search of a room for the night. We found a great spot right with a beautiful lush garden that connected straight onto the beach. After settling into our new surrounds we strolled around town and hung out on the beach. Then an afternoon nap in our balcony hammock listening to the waves crash, made my day. Montazuma were pretty enough and the beach of cause was beautiful but again we couldn't help but feel like we'd been spoilt. While we were grateful to be there we ...
... be by dinner time. The sounds here are unique and wonderful. The birds, bugs and frogs with an ocean background sound more like a cd, than reality. And lest I forget, that most recognizable of jungle animals…the French Poodle. Yes, some other folks arrived with children and a dog…bless their hearts. Fifi spent the better part of the afternoon exercising her vocal chords,and that inspired a short story. FIFI GOES TO THE JUNGLE. Seeing an opening in the screen door, Fifi ...
... all in spanish. Great motivation to learn Espanol. Oh well...such is life.
We have also learned that the local police really don't have any power whatsoever. We had 5 people on our ATV last night, and no helmets, and 3 were children and passed right by the police station and waved at the 2 policeman on the street....no problem. As I mentioned before...when the Traffico come to town from the mainland....everyone ...