Bahia Luminosa Beach Hotel
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... change of culture from San Ramon. I am very proud of myself but next time I might just hang by the bar instead of on a bike. This upcoming week had lots of homework assignments but on Thursday classes were canceled so we can go get our student visas. Then I am travelling to Manuel Antonio (yay!!!!!) for the weekend with a group and I can't wait to see one of the most beautiful beaches around. Hasta ...
... bikes for the first time we went down the main road and I started screaming at rhea because I didn't have brakes... Shoot! I thought I was going to die for sure. The brakes are in the pedals like they were on my first bike when I was really little. Stopping is always messy too... I break, the hop then fall. It just happens... And my heart starts to beat a little more slowly!
We bought lots of groceries at the market, so we spend less money ...
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 ...
- took a 7:00am boat tour into the red mangrove estuary for a total of two hours - saw crocodiles, water birds, hawks, and howler monkeys. - weaved into a tiny tributary about 20 feet across where the sharp jungle sounds of the cicadas was ear-splitting. Bugs everywhere - stopped along the shore and walked in about 10 minutes to a spot where the howler moneys were in a guanacaste tree. Guide made the monkeys howl, ...
... out a new mudflap for
the back of Jambo to replace the one we had lost in Colombia. Whilst being watched
by a local artist painting a mural onto the wall of the hostel I had the
mudflap cut and bolted on in 40 minutes with a new alloy bracket and STAINLESS
STEEL fastenings (NB, Land Rover, not your usual rubbish mild steel and highly
corrodible stuff). Grant, back in Cape Town at Priclo Motors, will know what
I’m on about….
We spent ...