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... It did involve me having to travel by three buses and three taxis from La Fortuna to a small town called Turrialba, a trip that took all day and unfortunately included getting ripped off by a taxi driver. But at last, that Friday, I went rafting!
I hadn't seen that many Dutch boys since leaving Holland last year. Now we were all stuffed into a van together with the agency's owner's son Leland and his friend from school Stephanie. We filled up two rafts. The Pascuara river ...
... treat for us but the manager told her it was just for the people on the bus . Ellie wanted till she was gone and took some treats and juice to our room it for the big price we paid for this room. Ellie and I ate and she decided to go explore the area and take some pics. Ellie saw some horses that was very skinny so she came back to the room and asked me ...
... too rough, but instead went for an early morning walk along the beach which was nice. The Finnish girls left early, so I spent the day hanging out with the Swiss guys who were now in our room, drinking, playing cards, and attempting to surf at Dominical beach (which was way too difficult for us - especially since we were trying after a few beers).
The next day was another early wake up - finally off to see Anna!!
I had 7 hours in 2 buses ...
... topics and whilst not as physical as the hard skills training, it was still tiring for our poor little heads! It was therefore important to unwind in the evenings and we became rather skilled at this too. It was also the last few days we'd spend with the 13H expedition VMs, as we'd soon be on completely different timetables. To liven proceedings up we had a Salsa night, led by our host Country Venturer Co-ordinator; a Celidh ...
... After lunch, we walked to the city markets to have a look around. I love going to places like this. It gives you the opportunity to get away from the touristy sights and see how the local people live. Since it was Saturday afternoon, the market was absolutely packed. You could find just about anything you wanted or needed somewhere within the market. There were vendors selling meats, vegetables, fruits, clothing, toys, and so much more. There was even ...
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