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You're probably looking at this and saying "hold on the last post you said you were off to Panama and San Jose, Costa Rica is most certainly not Panama." Or you completely forgot me mentioning Panama in the last post and had to go back and check (like I just did). Either way have no worries your geography skills lingering from 5th grade have not failed you here. San Jose, Costa Rics is certainly not ...
... having the required outbound travel details).
Both my taxi driver Luis and the receptionist at my hotel brought up the World Cup match between our countries, but rather than being sour about the loss the general feeling here is one of pride. Their team has never before made it this far in any World Cup, and so when the team returned to their home country yesterday they were greeted like ...
... to use for tours or transportation. I would of course
make the same recommendation to fellow travellers that were heading where I've
been. There is a big camaraderie feeling between fellow backpackers, all
respecting one another, and all openly conversing with each other. A kind of
atmosphere that make travelling even more enjoyable.
The fact that I was on this adventure with the only intention of enjoying
myself made it a truly magical experience. Not ...
... more than my ankle, a bandage and some crutches I returned to the hostel. My planned adventures in Monte Verde were over for now.
The streets of Monte Verde follow the mountain and are very steep, as well as being poorly paved. The next morning, I tried to venture out for cash and food.It took me over half an hour to get to the cash point, which was only about 50 metres away. I was unsteady on the crutches, dodging giant wholes, slowly navigating the slanting ...
... tick a box on the customs entry form to say that you understand this. Hardcore, Costa Rica.
After negotiating the local bus system without knowing any useful Spanish, we arrive in San Jose. San Jose gets a pretty bad rap. Everyone who has been told us it's a bit of a hole, so we only booked two nights. It was actually a pretty cool place. I don't have any other Latin American cities to compare it to yet, but it was bustling, safe, a touch chaotic, ...