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Woke up early and had went down to walk around the town for a bit. We then went to the office where we had an induction and breakfast/lunch with Carlos. We then went back to the hostal to later go onto exploring the shops and the town. We had lunch in a small cafe and ...
... and a couple Daddy Yankee songs. you could perhaps say i wasn't exactly a linguistic master.. BUT I think I can safely say I have now almost reached a basic level of spanish progress is progress no matter how slow it may be right? haha well that's what I like to tell myself to make me feel better anyways. ... but it really is these difficulties and these learning experiences that make this whole year a true adventure! I ...
... sad that such a unique and delicate eco-system had been brushed aside to make way for farming. We also saw areas where the road had begun to be built, which broke my heart. The idea that toxic fumes from cars would be making their way to be trapped under the jungle canopy made me wonder how anyone could not believe that this land was sacred.
Once back in El Castillo, we spent the afternoon and following morning enjoying the rest of what the town had ...
... We had quite a selection including pizza, bean dip and tortilla chips, fresh tomatoes, pork ribs (BBQ), and of course red wine.
After the good and relaxing lunch we started for the first of five waterfalls. It was a beautiful stroll down several stone stairs. It had stopped raining while we ate lunch, so the walking was a little easier. We finally made it to a bridge from which one could look upstream ...
... end of the cruise we crossed over into Nicaraguan territory for a short period of time. Our boat captain was clearly uncomfortable as he reversed direction and headed back towards Costa Rica. Once back at the Costa Rican side of the border we all went ashore. One member of our group walked back across to Nicaragua, to the dismay of Rafael, and reported that he saw many old campsites. We speculated that this is where Nicaraguans had camped waiting for an opportunity to ...
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