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Caught the plane at 8.15 which stopped briefly at Bocas then onto David which is a big city on the other side of the mountains. AS we approached David the countryside reminded me of Wiltshire with fields and cattle grazing in undulating countryside. I was headed for a place higher up and took the bus to Boquete. Minimal in an old boneshaker. As it …
... Ocean and Costa Rica! Awaiting us at the ramgers station was a hot cup of coffee which was much appreciated! Now for the hike back down...... A twenty two kilometre round trip which pretty much killed me but it was completely worth it!! Now it was time for a well deserved sleep followed by a few alcoholic beverages to celebrate our accomplishment!! Boquete you were amazing such an incredible few days made even better by the people I spent it ...
... for that or just pay more to avoid arguing. It must happen a lot or he wouldn't try it! The walk to the beach was interesting and cool with a stiff breeze from the rolling waves. We even spotted some outstandingly beautiful birds on the way. It's called Red Frog Beach because the area used to be crawling with little red poison dart frogs. That is, until the local kids figured out that dumb tourists would pay them for pictures with the frogs and they were hunted ...
... not full enough, they cut the trip short and turn around. So I was left with my bags at a spot where another bus would come and collect me, thankfully with one another guy who explained all this to me. He was busy chatting on his phone for the first ten minutes, and only then did he realise that I needed some info and reassuring.
2 - The stroke victim
I got to my hostel, after the taxi driver tried to con me out of a dollar. It doesn't ...
... via email, or google phone which really helps remind me connect with the people I love.
I would also highly recommend learning Spanish, even if you plan on serving in English, LSP or another language. Having a basic grasp of the local language helps to widen out and build relationships with the majority of brothers and sisters here.
What's the greatest blessing about serving abroad?
A: I get asked this question allot, but I ...