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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 ...
... bus picked us up, made a stop to get some beer along the way, and about an hour later we were at the fiesta! It was insane- there were tons of people everywhere, concerts, rides, typical foods, drinks, and good times. Even Sean Paul had a concert! Over 50,000 people went to see him, it was crazy but so fun. After the concert we got some food and sat on the curb for a while before heading over to the Imperial Stage. It's a ...
... orchid display area. The orchid is the national flower of Costa Rica. I have never seen so many orchids in one place. Eddie told us there are hundreds of varieties in his country.
We continued on to the jungle cats area. I must say my least favorite part of our visit was the various animal cages such as the monkeys, sloths, and the jungle cats. It did look like the animals were well cared for, but I ...
... the border undetected.
After we returned to our lodge in La Fortuna we headed once again to the hot springs from the Arenal Volcano for another soak. The water in the primary spring was so hot we all decided to avoid it and use a secondary pool, which contained water that had cooled somewhat. It was a soothing end to another good day in Costa Rica.
The picture of our lunch plate that we posted yesterday elicited comments from Jane and Barbara, so ...
... said Carlos Miranda, a Red Cross worker in the city of Liberia. Douglas Salgado, a geographer with Costa Rica's National Commission of Risk Prevention and Emergency Attention, said a landslide hit the main highway that connects the capital to the Pacific coast city of Puntarenas, and hotels and other structures had cracked walls and items knocked from shelves. In the town of Hojancha, a few miles (kilometers) from the epicenter, city official Kenia ...