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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 ...
... people to do a tour in the National Park (there weren't) and then at 4.30 I was picked up and taken back to the hostel.
I was awake at 5am on Friday; the birds really are very noisy. It was already light and it was already a bit too warm to sleep so I got up. I relaxed until 10 when the regular shuttle run into town dropped me off, by11 I was in the colectivo to Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre (there are no tigers ...
... roughly 800 m straight up a paved and landscaped walkway. We realized there was also a more rugged hiking trail, but by that time we were close to the crater so we decided to take the trail on the descent. At the top we peered over the ledge…into a dark grey abyss. Clouds completely enveloped the volcano pinnacle, so we could see nothing of the crater. We laughed along with some other visitors at the disappointing tableau, and then snapped a photo of ...
... the rain would lash down for the rest of the day.
We hung out at the hostel pool in the one-hour break from the rain. We read, played cards, slept a little. Although it turned out to be a pretty disastrous beach break, it was good to relax and we enjoyed the laid-back Costa Rican people. It's a shame we couldn't see the national park and the beaches; but in a 10-month trip, some places won't go exactly as planned.
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