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Okay so today was the day. The day that I had been waiting for for probably my whole life where I had the chance to go somewhere where I was able to just do what I want and not have to worry about anything. Jorge the driver that was going to take us to the bus station was picking us up at 5:40am in order to get the 6am bus to playa San Miguel where I would spend the next 2 months. I also met Helen this morning ...
... in the end. The work here makes me feel useful, like I help the community even if it's just a tiny bit.
Right now I've been in the park for three weeks, to tell everything I did in these three weeks would take me hours. Instead of doing that I'll tell the highlights, the things that impressed me most.
The first project I did here was the Biogarden, or the 'shitmachine' as the volunteers like to call it. The Biogarden consist of two part. One part is a big tank where ...
... at all and actually fitting in half an hour. Totally exhausted and burnt though. As it's an early start tomorrow, we go straight to beds...only joking! It's dinner time at Lava Lounge of course. Well and then One Love. Of course.
Good night my lovely La Fortuna. Tomorrow is a new day and a complete change of scenery.
Adventure tour Costa Rica Quest (including all transport and accommodation) operated by G Adventures, booked through STA Travel.
... it must have known I was crazy because they talked me into zipping upside down and then as superwoman (which meant I had to have all my equipment flipped onto my back). I didn't tell Amanda I was doing the superman and watching her face go from horrified to laughing hysterically was great.
Finally we ended the day with a short hike to hot springs. Apparently, when we were changing alberto saw a two toed sloth, but he was gone when we got out. We ...
... we drove the roads were filled with container-lorries, and as we moved away from Peurto Limon I knew we were heading towards MOIN, where I would have been boarding my container-ship to cross the Atlantic if I'd chosen that route...
The road got more and more congested and either side there were endless container-storage areas. MOIN handles 80% of Costa Rica's international trade, so you can image how busy the whole area was. I've seen many many container-areas before and ...