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Rules of the road Your left turn signal means you are passing. Do not turn left or you will get hit If someone is walking on roadside and you stop to ask for directions. They will expect to you to take them there also If walking at night best place is center of road. No holes ditches and strange things dropping from trees Purple line on map means ...
We have had a great few days relaxing on the beach. We have also done some amazing tours including watching a pacific sea turtle lay eggs! While very American (it actually reminded us a tiny bit like Vegas without the lights and crowds at night) we have really enjoyed Tamarindo. On the first day Isaac had a surfing lesson (yes he did manage to stand up!), we somehow managed to spend $50 NZ on sushi and we went out to watch the ...
... of e.g. dolphins or baby polar bears instead. Villa Sol went much quicker today and I'm kind of getting used to being here and have found myself lots of things to do to keep myself occupied. Yesterday my iPhone just stopped working when I reset it, it basically keeps coming up with the apple logo and nothing else. So I let it run out of battery, didn't work. Then I resorted to restoring the whole thing, didn't work. So now I'm going to give it to Martin and see if he can do ...
... not leaving Costa Rica for a few more days!
The journey back started with me taking the 2pm bus from Tamarindo to Santa Cruz. Once in Santa Cruz, I got another bus to San Jose, a five hour ride for about $12.
Once in San Jose, I took a taxi to the Ticabus company for my next bus to Panama City. The bus left at 11pm.
We arrived at the boarder at 4am. The boarder used to be open 24 hours. What I discovered when we arrived is that it is not. We ...
... getting all our paperwork sorted and approved.
We had a hell of a time getting out of San Jose, up narrow
roads forever in seemingly stuck within the confines of the city, then onto a dirt
road seemingly the wrong way! We turned around to try another way out and ended
up on a crazily steep dirt road past a rubbish tip, only driveable in a serious
4x4 with lots of axle articulation and good traction. The one GPS was playing
up running OSM maps, ...
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