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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 ...
... bird fan and I like to sleep. I don't think I missed much anyway, they said they needed the binoculars to see them. So we had breakfast (which included rice and beans) and then went for a walk to a different part of the river that had a swimming hole. Yes, it was raining but at least here the rain is warm and you just get wet.
Once we made it to the swimming hole, it was flooded with a lot of water, river was swollen and moving fast but that didn't stop some ...
... is a problem we still haven't figured out how to use colones. We held the bus up and just gave the bus driver $2 (American money) oops again. So, we were finally off, we rode the bus for a good 15mins until I spotted a McDonalds and told Greg we should get off here to use their wifi and eat. It was 6:30am when we got off the bus to goto McDonald's but they didn't open until 7:00 :| We decided to walk down the street to see what there was. We didn't get ...
... for the next night but we did meet a couple of German dudes who traveled with us from there to Puerto Viejo the next day. We were already travelling with Courtney, a chick from New Zealand so the 5 of us set off bright and early again for a big travel day. The bus picked us up at 6.30 (was supposed to be 6) and we were on the road. We had the ferry then bus back to San Jose where we changed bus to the one that would get us all the way to our destination. Things were running ...
... 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 ...