Apartotel Linda Vista
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... later), we found that we had to keep the car in first gear most of the time (or maybe second, briefly) just to get out of the 'hood. We started a walk the second day, and quickly decided the steep road was too much for both of our knees. We relaxed on the veranda instead; fortunately we had bought enough provisions that first afternoon in town that we could just stay put and not starve. As we lazed around reading on the veranda, we ...
A quick breakfast and pack of my room and Manuel is here to collect me for the whitewater rafting trip. He informs me that a couple was supposed to be joining us on the trip but they have cancelled last minute, so it's just me with him and another guide Jason. A real personalised trip this one. He also suggests that we perhaps only stay one night overnight at the campsite and return back to the hostel tomorrow, and do kayaking on Thursday instead. Given that it's just the three of us, I ...
... ve learnt a lot from that situation. Sam and I have been met with so much kindness and humbling hospitality by the people of Costa Rica, especially in the last week. I feel like an absolute moron for ever thinking it would be any other way.
I read something in my book on the bus today that has really stuck with me:
"For me it defined why to travel, why to live. It said to be stripped to nothing but your good nature and wits as often as possible, and to survive by them."
Well after a long long flight back west, and I mean back to Costa Rica. I decided to call this place home for the next year.
I rented me a swaging little two bedroom two bath condo in a little town outside San Jose called Escazu. Its a nice area and has the good gyms so I can pump my iron. Im in the market for a little scooter so I can take it around the little area, but thats ...
... beautiful and pristine. We entered the cool blue water enjoyed the calm waves and friendship. A volunteer defended our belongings from raccoons while we swam.
After a peaceful lunch, we continued our journey to San Jose. Upon arrival at the Marriott, we prepared for our final meal as a team. After dinner, we reflected on our experience, it's impact In Costa Rica, and how we can share our enthusiasm to volunteer.
In closing, we shared tearful goodbyes and ...