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... ambient light hides The rest of day was low key just strolling and beaching Rob made dinner. Pasta with sausage Tomorrow plan is to drive to national volcano park Oh i forgot we also saw the howler monkeys in the trees not far from condo and many different kinds of birds. We awake to different bird sounds. ...
... to find a can rental company. The 1st one we visited was Hertz just around the corner from our hotel, however when we asked about the hire they informed us one person in the party had to be over 25. This was dissapponiting as we thought that the plans had already been ruined, but lucky he mentioned that there were other car rental places in Tamarindo that took on drivers younger than this. Still with hope we arrived at Budget car rental just down the road ...
... of e.g. dolphins or baby polar bears instead. Villa Sol went much quicker today and I'm kind of getting used to being here and have found myself lots of things to do to keep myself occupied. Yesterday my iPhone just stopped working when I reset it, it basically keeps coming up with the apple logo and nothing else. So I let it run out of battery, didn't work. Then I resorted to restoring the whole thing, didn't work. So now I'm going to give it to Martin and see if he can do ...
... from Costa Rica to Panama so I also lost an hour crossing the boarder.
I tried to sleep most the trip to Panama City in hope to make the trip go by faster. It took forever.I finally arrived back in Panama City late Thursday afternoon, after more 24 hours of travel. Thankfully Dan was able to pick me up from the bus station in Panama City.
I had just enough time to rest and regroup. The next day my friend Fiona would be in Panama for the next week! ...
... br> the exemptions and approvals from other US departments such as the EPA and the
National Highway Transportation Board we would need to get the car into the
States legally. But this aspect we had researched extensively even before
leaving South Africa and also since starting our trip and we were confident we
knew who to contact and how to set the wheels in motion. Most importantly, the
officials we had communicated with had intimated that we should have ...