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Today we visited Puerto Limón, a large port city on the Caribbean Sea coast of eastern Costa Rica. One of the city’s first major port users was the United Fruit Company, now known as Chiquita Banana. United Fruit built many of the railroad tracks across the country, but sadly most have fallen into disrepair due to earthquakes and hurricanes and a lack of funds to repair them. The city does still have ...
... that we would try to hitchhike, and if someone picked us up, great! If not, we had the bus at 5 to fall back on. We tried and tried to get each passing vehicle to pick us up, but just kept getting the hand signal for too many people (we were at first confused at this gesture, and were later told it meant 'too many'), and the one or two cars that did stop weren't going all the way to Monte Verde, and with the interruption of some very rude locals, were told we should ...
... lines with the longest one being over 1.5ks! We had a repel which the guides could control the speed on; i was dropped so fast and Lisa was next so i was telling the guy to drop her fast too. He dropped her jerkily down until near the end he just let it go and she let out a little scream! Hahaha. We had two Superman zip lines where we were hung from our backs and could just soar over and through the forrest canopy, it was incredible and we were so high up the view was amazing! ...
... was masked by the sound of the boat
We were back near the dock just before
our schedule. We stopped by at a local supermarket to get some
precious Costa Rican coffee. Freedom, our guide from Javac Tours,
knew where to drive to avoid the afternoon traffic. He used to live
in New York and serves in the US Army. He is married to a local girl
and now considers Costa Rica his home. He also made sure, that we
got the ...
... beds and wondered what we would do in this place for the next ten days! Immediately,we began to formulate plan Bs involving a sudden exit after two or three days and a move further south,back towards the mountains and the sunshine.
The next day dawned dry if a little cloudy and humid and, as Jeff Skyped home, I wandered around the garden and photographed the exotic blossoms and birds.By mid-afternoon, although the rain had begun again, ...