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- Continental Breakfast
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Gisteren hebben wij de vulkaan gemist, dus dat moet dan maar vandaag gebeuren. Om 7.00 uur zitten wij al aan het ontbijt, want wij hebben tijd nodig. En dan op pad en dat is minimaal een uur terug. Om niet dezelfde rit te nemen gaan wij door de bergen, een B-weg, maar zowaar goed te doen. De TomTom wil ons naar de hoofdweg hebben, dus geeft elke 5 …
... but we did get to see many new birds on the hikes and around the lodge so that made up for the lack of the views. We then headed on to Santa Elena / Monte Verde. The easiest way to do this is a jeep / boat / jeep tour that turned out to be a bus/ boat / bus tour. We arrived as the first ones at the boat and had to wait for more people to arrive. There didn't seem to come an end to the amount of people with big suitcases and I guess there were more tourists ...
... They are funny really, they just please themselves either having a stroll around or finding a nice bit of shade on the sand.
We found a lovely spot right by the sea but also in the woods which offered shade for us as the temperatures here have been around the 30 mark. We often would buy lunch and take it down here to sit and enjoy the view. It is very peaceful and relaxing and before ...
... it is so good. Puerto Viejo is kind of a strange town as it is very laid back with a big Caribbean vibe but right on edge of town near our hotel there is a congregation of rubbydubs. I don't know how many times I've been offered weed for sale but I've been concerned we were going to get robbed each time we go past them. After breakfast we rented bikes from a nearby shop. For $7/day it was highly recommended by all the books we read as there are many nice beaches south of ...
... the chocolates we tasted are, the only difference is the beans were grown in different places, much like wine but the flavours were amazingly varied. As it turns out I am staying on top of the chocolate shop so I have been sampling the different varieties on offer.
Thats about all from me today, again sorry to those avid followers (Mum) for my tardiness, I will try and post an update before I head off to Panama, then New York.