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... border to Costa Rica via a bridge which was definitely dodgy. First, the planks were rotting through, and later, when that part of the bridge was closed, the metal walkway was also rotting through. We walked over the beams to be doubly sure we wouldn't fall through to the raging river below! The line to enter Costa Rica was stressful, but eventually successful, and a bus whisked us off to Puerto Viejo.
We'd picked a hostel from the Lonely Planet ...
... Brewery for lunch and more research. This time Phyllis was able to assist, drinking one beer to Craig's two. The sandwich was outstanding, and all three beers were fine. Souvenir shopping in downtown Puerto Viejo followed (with only a little success), and a return back to Cahuita to spend some time in the pool. Dinner was fresh seafood in town at the Mingo Restaurant; open air seating on the upstairs level gave us a good view of the ...
... sauce for dinner, rain is bucketing down, few more drinks, and our last night at Rockin' J's, 7am wake up, check out, collected by our transport, bye to Puerto Viejo, onto the river to white water raft our way to our next destination, C4 rapids, best day ever...onto La Fortuna
1. NYE in Central America
2. Seeing all the animals - Sloth, Turtle, Frogs, Butterflies
3. Bike riding around town
4. Street Food
5. White water rafting our way out of Puerto ...
... very poisonous..never sit under it! He also showed us how the black volcanic sand was magnetic and different plants like lemon grass, crab apple. As we continued walking, he showed us a two-toed sloth just hanging out on a tree (amazing would never have noticed it! Then we came across the golden webbed spider which apparently produces a web that can be used to make a bulletproof vest and stitches - it is apparently 10 times ...
... senses: an audio zen, a visual delight.
As part of my yoga retreat, I have classes twice a day: 6:30 am - 8:00am - typically vinyasa, ashtanga, breathing exercises. 5:00pm - 6:30pm - typically yin, gentle flow. Stephanie is the resident yoga instructor. She is phenomenal!!! Such a wealth of knowledge and experience. It's been amazing each class.....catering to how our bodies are feeling from the previous class or simply after a night sleep or a day at ...