Daystar at The Palms
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... see if we'd have more luck finding a cab then. Luckily, we stumbled upon Hugo and Niklas and ended up walking with them down the road all the way to Cataleya's. Met up with the rest of the group who were already there and realized it was Oskar's last night. And thats when the party started.. Since it was Oskar's last night, he was buying shots for everyone left and right. Even when I only took one vodka shot and was hoping to stop then, Chris bought me ...
... it. Our commute to the worksite was past the old prison buldings, across the island and along the long sandy unspoilt beach of Playa Coco. We lined the edges of the path with large rocks from near the path route; we then laid first sand, from the nearby sandy beach; and lastly pebbles from the pebble beach, nearer the other end of the trail. The work was strenuous, as we loaded up pebbles into hessian sacks or backpacks at the pebble beach and carried them up and down slopes ...
... are amaaazing! tons of different pools of different temperatures, hot hot hot waterfalls, swim up bars, a sauna in a cave, more waterfalls, THREE waterslides, and also a gigantic and amazing dinner buffet. we spent the afternoon there, then had dinner, then spent the evening back in the heated pools... max relaxing and amazing.
the next day, we decided to wake up early and have another amazing day. we took a 7am bus out to costa rica's most active volcano, ...
... being able to trade jibes back and forth with Oscar, our Costa Rican team leader and Bill Mackey loved being able to communicate with Oscar better, as well. Respect is flowing between us and the work is going really well.
Mike Flick demonstrated the art of nap-taking this afternoon. The guys were quick to remind him that that's why they were able to get so much ...
... the route to the Costa Rican customs. We enlisted the help of a local who took us on a special route reminiscent of the new James Bond opening scene through markets and narrow streets. We actually crossed the border 3 times before finally parking in a VIP spot right next to the customs post (our man said it was ok ).
We immediately liked Costa Rica, and stayed for 4 days at a place called Golfito which the guide books say is rubbish. We were fascinated with the ...