La Botella De Leche
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... and I would fall so easily and then I would bump my head coming out of the saltwater, say I quit, and end up going back in the water 5 minutes later. I can change my mind that easily. I did a few really good waves though, where once you paddle and actually catch the wave, you know if you stand up everything will be fine. Until you fall. At the very first wave, I completely fell, my board turned upside down and all. It was really fun though, because it didn’t hurt if ...
... at a few times because it's usually pretty true! But tonight we saw no giant turtles! We did however see baby turtles hatch from their nest and they then run towards the sea...very cute! One got attacked by a large crab though and didn't survive which is sad! But apparently 1 out of every 1000 baby turtles survive! Great 2 days relaxing...tomorrow the adrenaline ...
... but I. Are it for the bus with some time to spare. I hate rushing! Definitely lost my awesome, huge beach towel somewhere too, where I have NO clue! So on the bus I got to San Jose and said goodbye to my time as a dive master trainee. I had such a nice last Costa Rican sunset too, I'm fairly certain I will be back soon though. Once in San Jose, and back at my usual hostel, I attempted to find some headphones but everyone was shut, despite this being ...
... wait two hours at the Costa Rican side to get an exit stamp.
They made us get off the bus and wait in line. I wish the would have just let us stay on the bus sleeping until it the boarder reopened. I was tired and grumpy while waiting.After it finally opened, I was able to exit Costa Rica then enter panama.
Then after waiting forever for the rest of the bus full of passenger's to go through immigration, we all had to get our bag out of the bus as ...
... amp; Janet were
holed up in a hotel just down the road in Manuel Antonio.
We also at last found out from VISA in the States that they
would not issue an emergency card against D’s debit card, only against a credit
card. Fat lot of good. And it took them 2 weeks to come up with that….
We drove up past the coastal town of Jaco where Chris and
Janet were going to be spending 6 weeks in an apartment along with some of
their family ...