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... First time needed to do border exit and entry by self - what a pallava! Got to Panama entry but realised we needed to do Costa Rica exit first so had to walk all the way back and really confusing as had to pay exit few at machine first, not sure why they have to make it so complicated! Once sorted then walked back to Panama entry and had to queue for ages. Clouds getting really dark. Had to show proof of exit and then she asked to see ...
... was that we were unable to communicate with most of the kids because of the language barrier. (However, there were some kids that were bilingual...including blonde triplets.) We cleaned up from VBS and it started to downpour. (It is the rainy season after all.) In the Conche, it sounded absolutely ridiculous. Someone then had the brilliant idea (it really was brilliant) to go play a soccer game in the rain on a field that isn't lit so we used the ...
... with the rain and the fact that the rangers said there might not be accommodation available at the lodge 2/3 of the way up meant we decided to reluctantly abandon our plans to climb Cerro Chirripo (3800m) the highest point in Costa Rica. We grabbed a hotel in San Isidro and made plans to head to Panama early the next day. We felt frustrated but when that many things conspire it's not meant to ...
... guides stop Alex at the lower platform and begin to assist others up the falls.
As it turned out, the climb up isn't nearly as easy as Alex made it look, but his knack for making it look simple has a slew of people eager to get up and in line for the jump. I’m charged with photo taking, so I’m anxiously waiting for some jumps to begin and some photo ops to be revealed. One by one the youngsters make their way to the falls and up the ropes, each needing ...
The Tica bus to Panama City traveled through the night from San Jose. It left Costa Rica at 11pm. I was in the luxury bus, which means you get a small pillow and small blanket. You definitely need the blanket because the buses are freezing. They have the air conditioner cranked up to the max! I may have to invest in a warm "night bus blanket" because I was so cold. I must have gotten some sleep though because the 5 hours ...