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... and small central parque, where young girls were running around squealing and celebrating being out of school for the Semana Santa (Holy Week). The whole country goes on holiday for the week preceding Easter, and the crowds are starting to arrive in beach towns. We are leaving tomorrow, figuring that we will be going against the main traffic flow (somewhat helpful though not when you want to pass and the oncoming lane is bumper to bumper).
... away balls, laughing at each other's ability or inability to play pool all while feeding the juke box quarters to put on tunes to dance around to. Eventually after about 6 vokas each ( I sadly realised that was 36 drinks between us) we thought we better call it a night knowing our adventure day would be miserable if we kept drinking through the night. So we asked for the bill as we started a tab at the beginning of the night knowing we would all split it at the end. Having no ...
Monday 3 rd October am
Tomrow we will be in Costa Rica for two weeks. Wow its gone by so fast. We are staying at Casa Viva till this coming Friday or Saturday and then we have decided to head to Volcano Arenal and then
head to the the Pacific side for some site seeing. We may rent a car so we can see more at our own leisure again. I like that.
Today we will be going to the Jaguar centre to see some animals with Luc. We rented bikes last night ...
... Bananas are harvested and shipped green. On the tree the stalks are covered by blue bags that protect them when the trees are sprayed for insects. The stalks are cut from the tree and hung, still in the blue bags, on a conveyor system in groups of 25. Those groups of 25 stalks are pulled by a man to the processing area. There the bananas are cut from the stalk in bunches, washed in a ...
... with machetes when they wouldn’t relinquish their cameras etc. This made me nervous and it wasn’t helped by the US equivalent of the DFAT (AUS) or FCO(UK) issuing another warning about the area for the same issue only 4 weeks ago. We asked around at our hotels in other parts of the country and everyone was quite clear – there were issues, you should be careful with your belongings, don’t wander around drunk at night ...