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... next destination. I will just have to "Suck it up Princess" and get "With the program". :)
We are currently at the hotel in Turrialba. It is currently 6:54 am in the morning. Joanne is still sleeping... Lucky her.. :)
Adios for now... :)
... in the house, Aguila calls us in, “He’s doing better”. The feeble old man who’s glossy eyes tell of old age and wisdom, now sit hunched on his presumed ‘death bed’. I introduce myself and take a seat across the room, admiring the simplicity of the household. Aguila begins to strum and words of encouragement fill the room. My hands begin to move to the strum, providing a gentle beat for his voice to ride. After a ...
Once back from PPV, there were just five more days before the venturers would arrive. During our last days of VM training we had lots of forms to complete, soft skills to be covered and the last of the rum to be drunk! Our first day back was spent knee deep in paperwork, completing risk assessments and updating casualty evacuation plans for our projects; as Monte Frio was a remote village, ours made for interesting reading! We were ...
... see the forest change with the changing weather. Paddling along a canal for 2 hours in the pouring rain is quite a challenge though! However, the best near-drowning experience I've had was white-water rafting yesterday here in Turrialba, I haven't laughed so *************g time.
With the rain, however, seem to have come the turtles. We've been getting more and more turtle tracks on the beach, and we've found a few kills as well. Along with a few ...
... Spanglish that we were indeed going to leave, win!
We landed in San Jose at roughly 4pm and made our way to hostel to set up camp and work out the next phase.
The first thing you notice about Costa Rica is the price and the American influence. Which I wasn't that stoked with but what can you do. Plenty of McDonald's around if you fancy it, which we don't.
The price of beer here is roughly three times that of other Central American ...
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