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... Hannah from UK/Australia, Julia from Germany! 2 missing girls from Germany (Anya and Connie) Went for dinner at El Mundo again lol! Ham and cheese pizza - did not fancy gallo pinto. Then back to hotel for some more Galápagos research - randomly spoke to a Canadian teacher on a school trip for a bit, he had been travelling for 3 years before that wow! Off to bed now, tis a new beginning! V and mini V (feeling ...
... around the area where Jireh is, giving out marketing materials for their clinic. It was sad to leave them as they were so grateful for our help. Their PT was not there at all this week as she had a fractured elbow and was also sick, so we really helped keep their practice afloat I think. They asked Sonia for our email addresses so they could send us something, as they told her they cannot afford a gift. We told Sonia we are not here ...
The car ride to Alajuela took about 1 1/2 hours. Still ended up taking a detour even with the map. There are no street signs nor even any signs to San Jose. Fortunately the Hampton Inn is almost directly across the street from the airport.
The Hampton Inn was a great place to stay our first and last nights here. Because we used points for both stays, they were extra ...
... boat to Los Chiles - the border town of Costa Rica on the Rio San Juan. This has got to be the best border crossing of all - a beautiful, calm hour long boat ride and a very relaxed entrance to Costa Rica!
Next was a fast paced travel through Costa Rica and Panama (we would love to explore both places but time and money pressures mean we prefer to explore one country well rather than explore a lot of countries badly) and as relaxed as the ...
... Evangelical pastor and his wife, both local Ticos and funded by a combination of private donations from two benefactors and Maximo. It receives no funding from the government partly due to its beneficiaries being largely Nicaraguan. The project is situated in a slum in San Jose called Carpio which was built largely by Nicaraguan immigrants on top of a landfill. It is by no means the safest of places in San Jose but ...