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Well this is to be found out in Central America. The public transport uses mainly minivans. They stop almost everywhere on the road if someone wants to get in. And they dont care about limited space...there is always space for one more person. So when I wanted to take the bus from Lost and Found to David the bus was already more than full. but no problem to fit me and my backpack in...=) In David ...
... in the mountains. Some of the ziplines were up to 80 m high and 500m long so we were glad to feel as though we were in safe hands! The adrenaline rush wasn't quite as good as I'd hoped it would be, although, it was a really fun activity and I'm glad to have done it at least once in my life. The coffee tour in the afternoon was the highlight... after lunch we were picked up from our hostel and taken back into the highlands where the micro-climate and volcanic soil makes the area ...
... sitting next to us manager to sleep through 2 hours of it.. no idea how. We got to Capurgana, did the usual thing of exploring a bit, swimming a bit, chilling out a bit. We met our group the next day and headed to the next town called Sapzurro, which lies pretty much on the border. We walked up over the hill 15 mins and arrived in Panama, 1 foot in each continent!!!
So the San Blas islands are beautiful, lots of deserted islands with only palm ...
... it anyway. In Nepal it was 6 days trekking up and down steep steps in the Himalayas. That was truly tough. If someone had of shown me what it would be like before I began, I probably wouldn't have done it. I would have told myself it was too hard, I wasn't fit enough. The feeling of pure jubilation I had when I finished was something I haven't felt before or since. This trek seemed beyond me, and I had done it anyway. I was genuinely proud of myself. In Boquete, it was ...
... be my friend tonight. Jorge saved us the long walk back and called for the shuttles to run us back to the dock, I was on the second set which allowed me to swim just a little bit longer.
Our shuttle driver seemed to have taken lessons from Dario when he learned to drive and I had to ask him if after the day was done the staff takes the vans out to race on the trails. He laughed and was non committal. We arrived at the dock and found it empty, no boat waiting for us. Also ...
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