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After a crazy few days of travelling from Kelowna to San Fransisco then all the way across the States to Washington, not to mention delayed flights and lost bags, we finally arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica. Yamileth picked us up from the airport and drove us to her home where we will stay till the New Year. She is Christians aunt (a boy that Dane plays soccer with and who he hired to help him with his masonry work this ...
... the wildlife list is crazy from there!
Its just coming up to a year since we set off, and so a year I've been keeping this blog!
Today marks 5 weeks until we're home, and we're both looking forward to it. Until we remember what the weather's like in England!! Food remains a constant thought for me and getting back to England will be something so monumental for my stomach I'm worried it won't let me leave ...
... out. I didn't know if he was hungry, curious, or just winding me up, but I made a tactical withdrawal of a few metres.
On Wednesday I bade Puerto Jimenez goodbye and got a bus to La Palma (basically a few shops at an intersection), where I waited a couple of hours for the colectivo to a place called Progreso which is in Drake Bay, on the other side of the Osa Peninsula and right next to Corcovado. After fording ...
... were in COSTA RICA! Finally! I have wanted to go to Costa Rica for many years. I was so happy to touch down.
We stayed the first night at the Trapp Family Lodge. The owners are really is related to the famous Von Trapp family from the Sound of Music! It was a very nice place and perfect for a late night stop before heading out the Tree Houses in La ...
... of Santa Rosa in 1857. Walker was an American who tried to conquer and annex Latin American countries and bring them into the US as slave states.
After lunch we visited two other attractions, the Pre-Columbian Gold museum and the National Theatre. The Gold exhibit was part of the museum of ...