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... special about the fruit here is that it is genetically not modified. It is all fresh and clean. As we walked around the cottage, Veronica pointed out banana, mango and other fruit plants/trees. I sure wish there were more fruits in season. Veronica also showed us a plant that we could boil down later for tea.
Veronica's caretaker prepared us a snack - which tasted awesome. I took some pictures of the food in a ...
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 ...
... jet. Local fuel, even petrol, is full of rubbish and even
filtering it into the stove bottle with a paper coffee filter sometimes doesn’t
seem to help much.
Much of the coast in this region features dangerous rip
currents making it an often dodgy place to swim. Every year apparently people
drown because of this. The surf also is frequently of the “dumper” variety
which can knock the unsuspecting off their feet and drag them out ...
... good today. Life is good today.
Adios and vaya con dios
Yeah I'm leaving GA
And if it weren't for tequila and pretty senoritas
I'd have no reason to stay
... like the stroll from the hotel through the countryside into Samara. The hotel had a small but attractive pool and our room was large, light and airy - what a contrast to El Sano Banano. Samara itself wasn’t big and most of the restaurants and bars were on the main road running through the village and ending at the beach. The beach was huge, stretching for several kilometres in either direction and looked even more expansive as it was low ...