Hostal Brisas del Volcan
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... solvency. (By the way, Costa Rica also requires proof of an onward ticket, which we did not have, nor did we plan to get, before entering Costa Rica. We planned to get a bus out of Costa Rica long after entering Costa Rica. So, before we arrived at the Costa Rican border, we bought a plane ticket, printed the itinerary, canceled the ticket 15 minutes later for a full refund and presented the fictitious printed itinerary to the entry official at the border. ...
... type trees. We went from an island to a cloud forest within hours. It was unbelievable. Once we arrived in David we got a ticket to Volcan. We were on the bus to Volcan and it was down pouring rain and it didn't stop. The boy running the money and tickets on the bus didn't speak ANY English. He kept asking us where we are going and apparently our little spanish didn't help him out either. Halfway through the trip he handed Greg a phone and Greg said "we don't have the ...
... saw lots of hummingbirds of all colours as well as a glancing view of the extremely rare Quetzal. However we could have seen more but there was a crazy old retired dude from New Jersey on the tour who was straight out of a film from the hood and talked in a crazy southern Jersey drawl. He seemed a nice guy and it was cool that since retiring he had started travelling having never left Jersey before but he was so loud that most of the wildlife ran off before we got a good look!
... Costa Rica and Cerro Chirripo (Which we had been unable to climb a few days ago). It was amazing being able to see across the whole continent from sea to sea and this had been one of the things on my wishlist for Central America. The steep valleys, jungle and remoteness of the Western trail is awesome. The Eastern route is a lot more popular and touristy as it heads up a road to the radar station at the top. Having seen ...
... Migration on the Costa Rica side involved us going into someone’s house. Panama was a bit more official and took a little bit of time but soon enough we were walking across and hopped on a bus to Volcan.
We didn’t really know what to expect of Panama as other than the Hat and the Canal we knew nothing of the country. The people have been really friendly so far. Food wise ...