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... CRLA' written in small letters on the bottom corner. I was still skeptical but became more confident once a lady with the CRLA uniform confirmed that that was 'my sign'. Next was a 30 min. taxi ride to my homestay. -homestay is great so far. I'm staying with one older lady that's been having students live with her for the past 20 years. I'm in good hands. There are 5 other girls ...
... control; a free bike buggy across the border to the Panama side, priority passport control and luggage search to enter Panama; and a free packet of cookies. Once I got off in Panama City, the driver gave me his metro card to get the bus to the airport so I didn´t have to queue for a ticket and I was then offered a wheelchair all the way to the departure gate.
Everyone was so kind to me. From the moment my injury became apparent, until I was sat on the plane. People ...
... the girls outs of the creek bed and helped slide them into the ambulance to the hospital.
The one girl had a concussion and was in and out of consciousness and the other had a painful back.
We saw their friends last night at dinner and they said they were going to be released from San Jose Hospital the next day.
This is Lori posting now (Brian is above). I was going to add that when Brian told me about the ATV ...
... Clínica Bíblica. I forgot about Mondo Pizza and their enormous pizza slices the size of your head. It's a popular place to fill up on carbs during a late night stupor. I remember it fondly. Even though a year has past, I was relieved that nothing has really changed in San José. The only change I've noticed is that there seems to be more Japanese restaurants and deli-marts than before. The casa of doña María had the best lights in ...
... the landscape except the large billboards advertising American products. As we drove into town, we counted many fast food restaurants, Subway, McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken (aka KFC) and even Taco Bell!
We stayed the first night in the center of the City at the Gran Hotel Costa Rica. It was conveniently located next to the Teatro Nacional where we were to catch the shuttle to Tortuguerro at 6:10 the next morning.