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... of street food traders and market stalls - too busy for us to stop, so we pressed on for the 90 mins to our 'Hotel Studio' which is actually in Santa Ana just on the outskirts of San Jose. After the very hot ferry crossing (36 deg C according to the car temp), it is noticeably cooler in San Jose, and as it is set amongst the hills and mountains, there always seem to be ...
... By 4.30pm we were ready to take Chloe for a walk past the dogs of varying size and aggressiveness. There was a lot of barking as we walked past the dogs. Apart from one gate where she showed particular interest in Friday, Chloe seemed completely unfazed by the bigger dogs barking at her. At one particular house, there was a beagle and a small terrier than came out form their garden and shouted at us from the road, but as soon as got within ...
Day 5 and 6. English teaching in Paquita. I am so glad that I did not waste my years studying teaching at Uni, as I am definitely not cut out for it. Starting the day with grade 1 English, we are learning shapes, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Circle. They repeat the words back to me, but the vague look in their eyes indicates that I truly am speaking a foreign language to them. I think this must be the look I have when taking Spanish classes. Then off ...
... so we did stumble into a couple of air con malls and did happen to make our way to the movies a few times. One night we even went to Panamas version of gold class with massive comfy recliner seats and yummy food, and it only cost $12!!! On the 19th we decided to head north to Costa Rica as that's where we were flying to rio from. We hung around all day until our 11pm night bus. At around 4am ...
... the canopy for the more adrenaline focused or the Orchid Garden for those wanting a more sedate activity. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes including Stella's Bakery on the way back from the reserves where the odd bit of wildlife drops by, such as the Coati that scurried through with its lunch in its mouth. Disclaimer Trip paid for by myself - Travelling with Journey Latin America Photos and copy property of Louise Dransfield unless otherwise ...