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... midday option I felt was too late and at least the 7.30am departure meant I should arrive at my final destination at Boquete when it would still be daylight.
Once we did a loop back around San Jose (we passed the stadium on the way out), we started heading south along the Interamerican Highway which passed through Jaco and Uvita. At times we passed only metres from Pacific coast with the usual palm trees and stunning beaches which made the journey very pleasant ...
... 2 others. And would you believe there was a girl staying here from Melton Ross (between Grimsby and Scunthorpe.) There are several possible hikes that can be done in the area around Boquete and we chose to do the three waterfalls. We'd avoided it the day before due to the unrelenting rain and even though the weather wasn't great on the day we chose we went for it anyway. If a 'hike' is something like a 'walk' this is not quite what I had in mind. It ...
... along the river, up over a mountain pass, through the coffee plantations and into the cloud forest. After walking up hill through some lovely green scenery we passed the Princess Janca coffee finca and stopped to sample the home brew. After watching a small boy carry a sack of beans up to be washed at the start of the coffee making process we continued the walk around in a big loop passing expensive residential homes and farms along the way. Every now and then we would stop to take ...
... YPA book, she choose the theme on "Family", and I couldn´t agree more to its practicality in her situation. To explain, this young person is left alone most of the day without any parental guidance. Her mother has a reputation in the community as being disruptive and immoral while her father is M.I.A and her siblings choose both unwholesome activities and even worse associates. How she has managed to turn out as well as she has is a wonder to ...
... of time at different doors, it is easy to get separated and risk leaving someone behind. Some brothers would mark trees as they pass, and others would break branches and lay them on the road to show that a certain area had been covered and they we´re moving on. Very interesting to witness.
In the afternoon, I was assigned to work with an local brother who was elderly and did not speak a word of English. At one door, a woman brought out two large mugs which I ...
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