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... turquoise shirt. I wanted some of the jewelry she was selling but they were a little expensive and decided not to.
Photography was about street photography today. We went Orotina, which was a little Costa Rican town. We went to the market and Carlos was teaching me about the importance of using the appropriate iso (100-200 for outdoor shots, while at least 1600 for indoor shots). It was really fun shooting people, especially the two ...
The photos here are of our trip to Tortuga Island. Gabe and I left our homes before dawn, and Jose drove us into San Jose to catch a tour bus for Puntarenas, about an hour's ride away. Our tour company, Calypso, arranged breakfast for us ashore, complete with a Marimba band.
The food and surroundings were beautiful.
Once we boarded the catamaran however, it ...
... our camp area. One such surprise came early though, when one set of housekeepers decided to hang a washing line behind camp. They managed to disturb some bats nesting there, which flew out at them; unfortunately they drew the blood of one of the venturers and as we didn't know if it was a scratch or a bite, there was a (tiny) risk of rabies. After treatment from Kelly and a MEDREP to Fieldbase, Tavo accompanied him to the mainland for a rabies jab, to make 100% sure! During our ...
... right now - is NEXT to "Haan." and it's much nicer!... so I am happy about the change. I will stay here for 3 nights and since there is not much in this town to do other than surfing, beach and restaurants and a million tours, all expensive... I decided just to take it easy and read up on Nicaragua which I am excited to visit this coming April 11th.
Right now I am ...
... back thru the countryside, back across the bridges, back along the coast, back to Puntarenas and back to the pier where our ship was waiting for us.
As we journey back to our beginning point the noise in the van increase then stopped. It was a noise made by an air condition unit that was damaged and needing repair. The loss of cool air was not going to stop our enjoyment of the day as we just slide open some windows and felt the warm air of the land. After arriving ...