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Wednesday 15th July
It seems a bit strange that I have only been here three days... three little mini days- It seems so much longer and I think I mean that in a good way. It feels quite comfortable here at the moment but everything has been quite controlled by other people for me, so maybe this has helped.
The people I have met so far have been so very friendly and welcoming and really looking out for me.
I was ...
... br> The hostel in San Jose may be nicest I've stayed in in Latin America. Big dorms, comfy beds, decent wifi, a TV, projector, Xbox, out doors bi, friendly staff there aren't any real complaints.
Since we'd gotten into town after dark the day was a bit of a bust. The others were planning on leaving for a national park tomorrow (SJ isn't a place you wanna hang around). My plan was to ...
... across to his Costa Rican customers. I also went to the supermarket and picked up supplies for various meals for today and tomorrow. Once again, the prices were astronomical, For one large beer, a small pack of pasta, a pasta sauce, 3 plums, a tomato, a cucumber, a can of shaving cream, a mixed salad, and a potato salad, it cost about $18.
Back at the hostel I played more pool with Adriana, watched the film Hoffa again, after reading the book The ...
Today was busy! So I still don't understand the majority of what they are saying so I usually just say sí(yes), and I end up getting myself into the weirdest situations. Here's the run down of today: 1. We had breakfast and showered and all that good stuff. Costa Rica played today so we wore our jerseys. After breakfast, Sofi (14yrs) and I walked to the elementary school where we got to sit in on Jenifer's (9yrs) class. Third grade. So cute! All of the ...
... so called due to their ability to run on water, which is fun to see but bloody hard to photograph. Eventually I got to the Caimans, three of them. They were quite big, but didn't seem interested in me as a food source. I also saw some pretty dragon flies and a few other bugs, including the most dangerous animal in Central America; mosquitoes (they spread Dengue Fever). I had lunch in town, asked around to see if there ...