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... Port workers from the port city of Limon have been protesting for wanting higher pay and better working conditions etc. Today they had planned road blocks and protests. We ended up in really slow moving traffic - several of the people protesting were in their (slow moving, to hold up the traffic!) cars waving flags and banners. The police soon rounded them up. And we were on our way again! After coming back out of the hills, suddenly we were in plantation ...
... and lunch in a soda near bus stop.
We then had a bit of pool time in the late afternoon, although a bit cold for me.
In evening we headed to aLazy Mon, a big bar/restaurant near hotel for a burger meal. It wasnt the best meal ever and I had to complain to the waitress which is really rare for me; however the manager rectified things to my satisfaction.
We went to a few ...
... in you right by your side sharing in what this amazing world has to offer. Another incredible memory made together. Yay!!!! Costa Rica had been amazing to us but it had definitely been the country we'd felt the most destructed by tourism. The entire country feels so consumed and clouded by tourism we felt we never saw the real Costa Rica yet every other country we'd been to slapped you immediately in the face as soon as you arrived. Costa Rica was a stunning ...
... made it out alive. When she isn't working she lives in the mountains where she hunts her food and eats only off the land. After her life story she taught us how to skin a rodent, pluck a chicken, fire a pump action rifle and how to deal with would-be criminals. She really was a fountain of knowledge. Unfortunately all this knowledge came at a price as she crammed it all into the space of about 4 hours, so we were exhausted and felt like both ears had ...
An hour later give or take we are there. We drag our bag to the hotel and check in. We will be staying in a room with a bunk bed,. Steve will sleep on top, but only if there will be a pillow fight. A little personal cleaning up and Marise buys us a beer. We review our adventure for her and have dinner at a great Argentinian place and rejoice, drink in hand, over the fact that we aren't sitting in our previous room with a stomach full of leftover yech.