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There were hummingbird feeding stations both at the restaurant/lodge and near my cabin, ...
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... still intimidating requesting “50,000 colones” from the ATM. One too many zeros and I would have WAY too much cash on me. I decided to go with 50,000 colones to start.
Walking out of the airport, I kept my eyes peeled for my beautiful but tiny Costa Rican friend, Carolina. Needless to say, when I saw here there was a collective squeal of joy and running into each other’s arms!! It has been well over two years since I ...
The last two days have been pretty lax. We attempted to hike Volcan Poas yesterday. The information centre was recommending people to come back another day due to mucho niebla (a lot of fog). This was nice of them as they could have just taken people's money and not said anything. Poas is the most active volcano in Costa Rica, erupting 39 times since 1828. It has erupted once in each of the past 4 years.
We came back today ...
... last little vaccination shot for Iraq.
Had a great brunch at Key Largo across the Street from the Hotel and of course getting compliments on my new J's. Yea they are styling.
Talked with my prime taxi Driver Henry to make sure he was there in maņana to scoop me and bring me to airport. I made one last little walk through town and then turned in for the night.