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I walked to the supermarket where they actually sold newspapers (hard to get in small town Costa Rica, although Uvita is pretty small) so I was finally able to stuff my boots to dry them out after walking through a river in Corcovado. They had been wet and smelly for days. My sandals fell apart a few minutes after getting off the boat from the Corcovado, so I was left with just jandals which I hate wearing, ...
-Food is cheap. One night we had 3 beef tacos and 1 chicken burrito for dinner. Our bill was $1.28.
-There are some really nice upscale places but they are usually vacant. A high end place would be around $12 an entrée.
-You will NOT find an entire shelf of any given product. Stores are often very limited in what they have and even some of the larger ones will only offer one or two brands in one or two sizes.
Yesterday was a rain day in Puerto Viejo so just ate some good food and chilled out. Got up today and took a 4hr bus to the big city of San Jose which is pretty much the hub for getting around to other parts of the country, specifically the pacific side which is my current destination. Coming into San Jose, you notice that almost every house, nice or not, has some combination of barb wire, electric fence and/or metal ...
... shed. Other than that, the place was great, the bands were awesome and the beer was cheap! We stayed there until the last drops of energy evaporated.
I suddenly remember that we signed up for grade 4 white water rafting next
morning. What the hell was I thinking?!
Adventure tour Costa Rica Quest (including all transport and accommodation)
operated by G Adventures, booked through STA Travel.
... dance with the one without a partner having to dance with the broom. Unfortunately there isn't a photographic record of Eric's efforts! We were shown round the school and I was very impressed with what they were doing, the older children all learn English and their workbooks were excellent, but as usual the written word was better than spoken. I felt it was appropriate that B4 should end his Costa Rican adventure here and Johnny explained to the Head Teacher ...