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... in an attempt to make amends. Not impressed, we told them what they could do with their hire car and took a taxi to the house of the daughter of our next exchanger where we were to stay the night. The taxi driver hadn’t a clue where it was, even though we seemed to have pretty clear instructions and we drove around San Josť for several hours before we finally managed to make phone contact!
With no car, we managed to persuade Jim Wall, ...
... out someone in need. My roommate and I were talking about how it doesnt matter how you dress here, whether you have makeup on. Nobody cares.
Ana is almost 60 years old. She hikes up to her house, works on her farm, eats healthy food, and has maybe one wrinkle on her face. Im so inspired by her. She does not have much but has everything she needs. She told me, "I have a roof over my head, I have my farm, I have my good dog. My son. Im so happy and healthy."
... in town was the Independence Day
celebrations in which busloads of marching bands and drum majorettes had come
into town to play their music and put on a show. Sadly, the weather didn’t know
what day it was and throughout the day the rain fell in torrents. To their
great credit the participants although mainly soaked to the skin, especially
the girls in their skimpy outfits, didn’t allow this misfortune to ruin their
fun and kept up their ...
... for the briefest of moments.
It was weird. And it was getting quite dark. It was too much for these two gringos and we had an hour drive home in the dark.
Turtles be damned, we would swim with them tomorrow. We were heading home.
Baptism By Fire
Costa Rica was not done with us for this day .. not yet. Our drive home was uneventful and we were able to find the riverless route. But upon walking into our bedroom we were ...
... option would be to take the "beach road". It was far shorter in miles and time, but a bit "rougher".
This was one of the most beautiful drives we had ever taken - including some gems in the high country in Colorado. The all-dirt road was sketchy in many places. Seriously steeps (up and downs), hair pin corners, no guard-rails with super steep cliffs and right next to the roads. The other interesting obstacle ...