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... and rocks, with full fledged hiking sticks. As we were going up, I asked Tamara, Casey's wife, "Are we going down this way too?" She said yes this is the best path there is, in the summer it's dry and slippery and in the winter it's wet and slippery. So on we went. Don't get me wrong, we like the woods, just didn't expect a ridiculous hike up hill when we thought we might be having afternoon tea.
There were 2 undeveloped plots of land both on the same main ...
... We went for a beer in a cafe and cool Christmas float went by but I was too late to capture a good photo. Nice vibe. Mel went to bed but Ivo and I got our local on. Lots of places playing pumping loud music but all empty. Went to one outdoor place and 'bouncers' on VIP entrance did not look very welcoming! We spotted a pub/bar which had quite a few people in so we headed there. We got given a free beer each for coming in! We were the only ...
... up game at the Conche which continued to grow until we didn't know who was on whose team. We stopped playing soccer and started to entertain the kids until we started. Pastor Payton has a green gorilla suit which eventually Roger ended up in. We danced with the kids for quite awhile which was awesome! Then we started with worship. Laura-Li and Marcus did a great job with their group. They even learned "My God is so Great" in Spanish. We then split ...
... stop was filled with lively conversation, fresh guava juice, and "arepas" – if only they were what I had thought they’d be. Unlike the crispy corn flour ‘patty’ stuffed with jamon y queso (ham and cheese) that I’ve grew so fond of as a descendent of Venezuelan heritage, the Costa Rican ‘arepas’ are more like corn flour pancakes. Nonetheless, these so called arepas were from organic, non-GMO corn, grown ...
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 ...