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... and making ourselves presentable for the posh restaurant! John puts a shirt on and ice trousers and I a put on the dress I didn't think I'd find the occasion to wear, we scrub up ok, not bad after 3 weeks of travelling! We get a taxi to the restaurant where Elario greets us, a kiss on each cheek, I'm a little cleaner today he says! You and us both! We order our food, but first they bring us dips, and then a shrimp and vegetable soup, a basket of bread then the meat ...
... dished out high fives if he could reach, ducked and dived in between vehicles, no wonder his driver's side was so bashed in he had to get in trough the window! He told us a bus had side swiped him the day before. We were very luck to have got him because being a taxi drive in SJ for more than 16 years meant he really knew where everything was, and we didn't feel he was ripping us off. He obviously liked the old foreigners because he gave us discount!
The bus ...
... in the wild just hanging upside down in a tree about head height on the side of the road. He was just chilling there, no worries in the world with a massive smile on his face as people clicked away taking photos. The one time we go for a walk without a camera and we see the one animal,we wanted to see more than anything else. Either way, we saw a sloth so we high-five and continue to get our booze for the night. We get to the store and walk out with 2L ...
... cool cafes, bars and shops and very backpackery. For lunch we went to a traditional carribean restaurant. I had patacones - fried plantain, which is squashed into a disc shape, with some avocado. It was really tasty! Then to rent some bikes! $5 for the afternoon. Although then the black vultures began to circle overhead and it became so dark, it felt like it was just about to rain. So we decided not to go far, but go and explore a bit. We headed south out of ...
... walked assuming I'm a rude *******o.
On that note I will spend a couple of minutes composing a succinct goodbye.
PS: The photos came from the OM facebook page, I have yet to get up at 4:30 to get the sunset shots that equal these, that's a major difference between the east and west coasts, when I was in Brasilita last time I took sunset pictures without leaving the ...