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Travel Blogs from Nicoya
... the way….
Meantime for 3 solid days it rained non stop!
Our stay in Boquete at an end we again found ourselves
saying goodbye to Chris & Janet. They seemed a little unsure about their
next move which was originally to cross into Costa Rica border at the more
popular but busy crossing at Paso de Canoa, not the one we planned to take at
Sixaola in the north near the Caribbean coast. They were headed eventually for
Jaco on the ...
... vaya con dios
A long way from GA
Someone do me a favor and pour me some Jager
I'll grab my guitar and play
Adios and vaya con dios
... and a pelican waiting for tit bits. We stopped to give a man a lift and I found out he owned two houses, 3 cabins, had one daughter and 3 sons and was divorced (my Spanish lessons were not in vain). After washing sand out of everything we went into Samara, a very hippy laid back town with lots of arty shops and then to a soda (cafe) to eat.
... or border crossing. We got to a section with an ATM, just a 1 minute walk away! All that stress was a waste when people could have just told us we could WALK. FOR FREE. And use THIS ATM. We got some money out, ate at the borders cafeteria, indulged in confusion of where to go next, and went through customs before finding a bus to Liberia.
Once in Liberia, we had just missed our bus (seems to happen a lot hah, Ahwell) to Tamarindo so we decided ...
... teachers with taking care of children and keeping them busy and under control, playing games with children, assisting the children in taking their naps, preparing food donations and also by teaching them some basicEnglish and in whatever more that is needed.Volunteers that are naturally enthusiastic, active, creative and proactive and ...