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Woke up and got the bus to the centre of San Jose. We then got the bus to Nicora and then Samara. The bus broke down. It was hot and sweaty l. Stopped off and had lunch and then when we got to Samara we room the taxi to the place. Got a tour and a briefing. Met everyone. Went in the sea and was taught how to dig a turtle nest. A hole up to your elbow and then round at the bottom. Then ...
... fauna is carried out as well as demonstrating how indigenous people made chocolate. We were shown the whole process from finding pods on trees (which are ready to pick all through the year, rather than ripening at one season), drying them, heating, grinding into a paste and then tempering them until they can be made into a bitter drink. That was where the indigenous peoples stopped. The drink was only for the elite in their society. However, the chocolate 'expert' at Tirimbina goes on ...
... for the attack!
A little further down the river, we had the opportunity to swim which I was the only person to take up. It wasn“t really a proper swim because the water was too shallow but it was refreshing and a great experience to dip in the river in the jungle and the guide had PROMISED there would be no camen here!
Next, we headed to an archeological site of a steamship, whose wrecks had formed an island in the middle of the river. ...
... at Poas Volcano National Park and disembarked. It was very foggy, cool, and misty. At times visibility was between 100 and 200 feet.
The walk from the parking area to the crater was probably 600 or 700 meters. It was a steady uphill climb but it was not too steep.
At the crater overlook all we could see were clouds. Along our way back there were all sorts of very colorful flowers and beautiful ...
... frog) and some strange white stick-insect/grasshoppers. After lunch mum had booked for the three of us to go zip-lining through the jungle canopy. I was pretty excited about this..mum less so, and dad could **********tain his annoyance about missing an afternoon with his binoculars looking at birds! It was a course of 12 individual zip lines and we had two guides who clipped and unclipped us from all the lines and a photographer who zipped ahead of us taking far too ...