Cascadas Farallas Waterfall Villas
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... way back in again. We saw some things but nothing new. On the way back we saw white-faced Capuchin monkeys. It was hot already at 8:30. We had breakfast when we got back: fruit, scrambled eggs, toast, rice and beans. We were not leaving until 10:30 so we had some time to do whatever. I chose to have a cold shower in our open air bathroom. Very refreshing. Erin went to the infinity pool. Larry and Derek sat in the shade on their ...
... right. Clear as mud). Each day to get to school we catch the bus into Quepos and either catch another bus (Damas and Parquita) or catch a boat (Cocal), so off on the bus we go. Maria gives us a quick tour of Quepos, which is a square of 6 main intersecting roads with the bus station in the centre. We then head down the road to Ronia's house, who is one of the 3 Spanish teachers, and who will test us on our Spanish to determine hoe much we know. After not very long it ...
... and coconuts on the public beach. Costa Rica is not nearly as bad as Mexico or Thailand with the beach merchants but it is still present and is a nice breather to be able to avoid the hassling. At this beach were dozens of monkeys, iguana and raccoons. There was a family of monkeys savaging from the tourists and one had half of a burrito in its hands just munching away. The monkeys were not afraid of people and went about there business as if we weren't even there, just a few steps ...
... little color and a smile had returned to her face. By the end of the day she was happy that she experienced zip lining. Photos taken by the staff which will be sent to us in a few days will be a testament to her bravery.
For dinner we returned to the Marlin. Tonight we both had jumbo shrimp. Yesterday's meal was superior, but who cared as we both consumed 6 1/2 glasses of sangria between ...
... 8217;s almost like you’re not eating the same fruits we’re familiar with. Loads of juicy pineapple, papaya and bananas disappeared like the sun in a rain-forest. Now to get back to Baru…
Nobody relishes in the thought of walking the great distance back to our cabins. Even with the new-found energy from our fruity feast, the grumbling begins. I’m probably the biggest grumbler. Magically Sara finds a way to get us back. ...