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... another four hour bus trip, starting at 6:15AM!! Yesterday I went to the central market and had a look around. After getting rid of one parcel and sending it to Toronto, I didn't know if I really needed to buy anything more, maybe a magnet. I saw none that I liked. I did enjoy the experience of walking around the market. It was now 10 AM and I needed more coffee to keep me going, god there's a lot of walking in this city!! I spied an interesting coffee corner with some seats and lots ...
... can do. It hasn't failed me yet although it has given me some very interesting stories. And the soccer thing, I think it's soccer school and I really hope it's not like the whole swimming fiasco because I don't want to take soccer lessons with five year olds. I'm now laying in bed, pretty much packed and very tired. It's 11:07 here so that means it's 12:07 in Wisconsin. I better hit the hay. I hope tomorrow goes by fast because I'm very ready to be on American ...
... no road names, people who drive like maniacs and it is incredibly dirty. They are trying to clear it up but it is taking time. Thankfully we were prepared so knew what to expect.
We took a tour of the national theatre which is extremely lavish considering it's surroundings. It cost 3 million dollars to build in 1897. The costa rican president often visits and ...
... and coffee farm by the looks of it. We were trespassing and we didn't have our Spanish phrase book on us, so we couldn't even explain that we were lost if we got caught. "We'll go a little further and see where the path leads, but as soon as we see a person or a dog, we'll run back", we agreed. Not long into our walk we were stopped by a growling dog. "Right, let's go!" We turned back around to leave when a man called out to us in Spanish. ****. We turned back to greet him and I ...
Had a chilled night with the American guys last night, still a wee bit jet lagged so wanted to stay in, we ended up chatting about travelling, things to do in Texas & playing cards :) Up this morning & after a lazy start, I caught up with the girls plans for Vegas & then headed out into San Jose town. I walked to the central market to start with, taking a scenic route through the Central Park & seeing the locals hawk lottery tickets like they are going out of business. ...
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