Green House Hostel
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... guided us down to the customs and immigration office. The man turned out to be our passive aggressive porter. The porter helped us carry our heavy load over the bridge into Costa Rica and then to the bus terminal. We tipped him for his trouble.
We boarded the bus and off we went to San Jose. The bus ride was pleasant. The roads took us through lush rain forest and ...
... it's hard for people to say no once a gift has been given to them. Example being Hindu temple followers giving passerby's flowers and asking for a donation in return. Just as I finished that chapter, a guy on the bus started to give out DVDs to everyone on the bus and then proceeded to launch into a sales pitch. After which he went down the bus and collected payment and took DVDs away from people who didn't want to pay. How opportune! His success rate was ...
... of the women. We asked God for many things, all which He is able to provide. Sweet Helen translated for us. English. Spanish. English. Spanish. Nearly seamless, always adequate. We then broke up and prayed for those who felt they needed individual prayer. Some needed prayer for health, some wisdom, some for husbands. We fought for hours on behalf of these women. There were many tears, needless to say.
... disappointingly ended up being a kebab... I won't go into it, it's still a sore topic... But woke up bright and early so Rachel could get to her flight on time. Final goodbyes to San Jose and Costa Rica! And the airport provided me with the second best hot chocolate I've ever had, bah I'll miss that country. Have already decided ill be going back and doing central america more extensively. 2016 if anyone wants to join me? Pretty standard trip back to Australia - took over 3 ...
... piece of paper, and twenty uninterrupted minutes on high speed wifi at the beginning of each leg (preferably while we are already on the move via car/plane/train/taxi). It really is that simple. You can learn all the basics about any country in 20 minutes or less via the internet. The fact that some people just aimlessly travel the world without ever learning a thing about where they are going and make it home without ...