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... up really liking it by the end. The last part was a giant rope we had to rappel down, but it went so fast it felt like the Tower of Terror in Disney! SO amazing! I luckily only saw 2 butterflies and only screamed once when Rene scared a stick bug into jumping off of a tree right at me. Jeff was there and I pinched and twisted the back of his shirt trying to hide behind him.
At the end of our tour it started to downpour. We could ...
My journey to Costa Rica mostly consists of doing voluntary work. Three months long, every monday to friday I will be working in Parque Nacional Barra Honda. I'll work with other volunteers, some leave, some arrive, every week I'm with different people. Still, it feels like one big family. Even the staff feels like part of the family. I may be working but it so much fun. The work is heavy, I never sport back home so climbing up the mountains twice a day weighs his toll but it's ...
... compared with all the other countries we had visited except perhaps
for Argentina. They should rename the place Coster Richer… Amazing how many
boxes of Clos white and red wine one can find space for in all the nooks and
crannies in a Defender. And that Carmenere red that Clos do in a box is
outstanding stuff. Why don’t we have this varietal in SA?
Then it was a nice road over the mountains passing through a
part of the Parque Nacional ...
... freshly squeezed orange juice. We rejected the bangles, wooden pots, cerviche, fresh fruit and empinades! i was tempted by the fresh whole pineapples but could't attain team consensus! Actually that is not fair.......i couldn't hand on heart promise to eat it. Home and walked down (90 meters) to our beach, played with a few locals dogs. Met with Martin our Turtle warden who took us to Playa Avellanas (which is pronounced ...
... for this sandy group of 12, his answer was "whatever God moves you to give is fine," a lovely display of the tico attitude towards life that is unusual in taxi drivers and those hustling to support themselves on the tourist dollar.
The Snows are going deep sea fishing tomorrow, so early to bed for them. We wish them the best of luck. Signing off from as close to paradise as I think one can get. ...