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... Told you it was a lazy day.
After a while it starts to rain. We go upstairs to watch NFL football (in Spanish, of course). I have one eye on the game but am pretty engrossed in my book. The rain is coming down really hard! The thunder and lightening are amazing - I love big storms, but a couple of times I jump and squeak because the thunder is so loud.
Then, in rapid succession, we hear a click, see a flash and BOOM! And everything goes ...
... point of living abroad if you continue to live the same life? I envision speaking Spanish as much as possible, buying my foods from street vendors or farmer's markets and immersing myself as deeply into this new culture as I can. Though, truth by told, I may insist on a secodora (clothes dryer)!
We walk back the way we came and hike back up the hill, whew, its hot! Past our street we look for the nearest bus stop. We find it and a bus pulls up. We look ...
... street of the capital city. My initial plan is to see if I can go ahead and catch an overnight bus south--and save exploring this city for later. Down a kind of grimy pedestrian street with folks selling pirated DVD laid out on the sidewalk, I ask for directions to the Tica bus station. "Go 400 meters straight... 200 meters right... 100 meters left..." he pauses to calculate "then 200 meters right" I soon figure out that Costa Ricans all giver directions in ...
... had read everywhere about San Jose is that the street signs are so hard to follow and no map was ever going to help this. We had got rough directions from google maps so just ended up wondering. Having walked around for about 20 mins trying to find this museum we eventually found it right next to our hotel! How convenient! It was only $8 to get in and it had lots about the history of Costa Rica and if anyone knows me, I hate history but this kind of history is just ...
spent two great days at the local attractions: Volcan Poas and Las Musas.
both were stunning, but Las Musas is where I'd like to have my 50th birthday party! What a flippin' place...which can be rented out for the day for a mere $1,000...not bad huh? there's the waterfall of course...swimming pools...water slide...hiking trails...zip line...horseback riding and a dance floor. the only downside - two signs posted at ...