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Today was a longggg day! We had breakfast at 6:45 and headed to Volcan Poás. There, we walked up and feasted our eyes on this massive crater. It was pretty awesome. The clouds would briefly block the view but within a few seconds it was clear again! After Poás, we bussed(for what seemed like forever) to Grecia, a small town. But before we got to the town we stopped and had some delicious strawberry shakes and walked through ...
... They did fix it but then we had no hot water lol. So the neighbour came over to fix it. We then just relaxed and played on the net and the I read books about Costa Rica. There was no TV. So we were tired so we hit the bed. Just a little note there is no curtains on any of the windows.
The sunset were breathtaking......Every night it was a different sunset.
... wait it out. We had great pasta and the best coffee we've had yet in Central America.
When we got back, I sat in the front room/common area with my Chromebook and was delighted to see my oldest friend in Monteverde, the black lab/pit mix with white spots, come strolling in. She sat right by me and let me pet her. Luckily, Archie got a picture of her and I. If I didn't think she had a home here, I'd probably mail her home to my parents. I think my dad might like ...
... however that the cloud forests are so loving cared for and protected, their legacy to this beautiful little haven.
Day 445: Sunday 7th April 2013 Continued
Finishing our horse tour we bundled in a van to finish our journey to Monteverde. The ride turned out to be every bit as unpleasant as expected, we were all glad that we ...
... prove their otherworldly good nature by gesturing apologies to us for almost hitting us because we're going the wrong way on a one way! We get some cash and head back to the ersatz Greek-hillside that is the Casitas Eclipse.
A nice wood fired pizza at a restaurant within walking distance, a session of blogging on the rainy rooftop disco patio of the hotel and day is done. We hit the sack early. Bring it on AM howler *****es.