Green House Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Can you tell I'm getting a bit bitter? Anyways we eventually got through and went back on the bus for 6 hours. All of a sudden the bus stopped and a couple people got off and then Anthony said "I think this is the airport, we have to get off here". We asked the guy and he was like "YES IT'S THE AIRPORT, HURRY UP!" Like I'm sorry we don't live here and it would be nice if you told us where we were. Anyways we walked into ...
... had some amusing/creepy christmas decorations up - in particular a giant man and woman where the woman even had her finger nails painted with butterflys. We played some card games to pass the time until my flight at 3am, Phil has to wait until lunch time tomorrow for his flight home! After some last minute souvenir shopping, the time had finally come to start my journey home - farewell Central America, you have been truly ...
... assembly where they sing the national anthem and the salute to they flag and a few other songs, all in Spanish so I have no idea what is going on, but everyone is singing very enthusiastically. Now comes 6th grade. I am more like another student in this class, although I have now idea what everyone is saying. They did a test earlier in the week and the teacher is going through the answers with them. Some of these kids have really good English and ...
We then headed north for a brief trip to Boquete, the mountain region of Panama, before bussing over the border (in properly torrential rain) to Costa Rica. As our last stop on this part of the trip, we decided to splash our and booked ourselves into a nice small hotel near the town of Uvita. From here we did quad biking and had a surf lesson (which was a bit more successful for Martin).
We were also lucky enough to witness a ...
... and me because of the number of Spanish speaking countries we're hoping to visit in the near term). Our very strict Spanish teacher was insistent that we treat the language with due respect and learn the various rules, irregularities, and pronunciation before making him cringe with our mangled conversations. As a result of this added processing time (mentally translating, conjugating the verbs, and confirming the pronunciation) our ...