Almendros y Corales
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... elsewhere. We do have incompetent politicians sometimes and working conditions aren't always the best, but we never go hungry. Going to a new place like United States is scary for us. We don't speak the language... we don't have family members there... Just to think of visiting there is a bit scary." Suddenly it strikes me the difference between Costa Ricans and, say, Guatemalans or Salvadoreans. There was a first wave of Salvadoreans that risked everything to ...
... their parents back, giggle at us as we attempted to swim across. It was very difficult. The current was so strong, and the river bed was sharp and rocky. Finally, everyone made it across and we continued our journey but food. The kids jumped rock to rock, barefoot, with no problem at all. I was seriously struggling. When we reached the fishing destination, the men jumped right in with their band-loaded spears and face ...
... hollow waves in the country. On a good day it can reach enormous heights of up to 16 feet, and has been nicknamed the 'cheese grater' given the potential aftermath of a fall on its coral reef break. Needless to say, this is not the area we took up surf lessons. Instead Hershel from Puerto Viejo Surf took us to the reefless waters of Playa Cocles where he managed to get all three of us up on a board almost immediately. After spending a morning being ...
... Pablo from Columbia who is training to lead tours here in Central America. We went as a group for dinner and the market quick for snacks. Back to the hotel because to next morning was an early morning for everyone, although I didn't tell them I was actually getting to sleep in, kept that little tidbit to myself. Jan and I went the next morning to go whitewater rafting on the Paquare River while the rest of the tour group went via local bus to Puerto Viejo. No local ...
This morning Ali and I went to The Jaguar Sanctury, an animal sanctury in Puerto Viejo. We had a brilliant tour and saw all sorts of animals from toucans and baby owls to monkies, caimen, tree frogs, sloths, small wild cats and anteaters! The highlights were getting to hold a toucan and getting to play with two baby howler monkies and a baby spider monkey in their enclosure! After the tour we walked the hour ...