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... like an elderly statesman! He looked just like a dinosaur and was over a metre long. Due to scorpions, spiders and snakes being part of life in the forest, we have all been tapping out our boots now for weeks, before putting them on. What we weren't expecting was what happened after our first meal......We had left our shoes on a shoe rack outside the dining area and as Freddie went to get his, ...
... he had available. I was specifically excited to spend an afternoon with some other people who spoke English and hang out (he and his wife used to live in Oregon). We were curious, what kind of clothing to wear since it may be just a comfortable day in their home and how nice we should dress. I'd say we went for nice casual just to be on the safe side.
The road to San Rafael from San Isidro was paved most of the way and then a bit rocky towards his ...
Wow what a long day of travelling but still didn't manage to make it to Bocas! Got up at 5.50 and finished packing. Bag had dried some but still wet and trainers drenched! Got boat at 7.15 to sierpe then took taxi to palmar Norte. Decided to get 2 buses to border as leaving sooner at 9.30 but by 10 still no bus then one going direct to border rocked up just after 10 so we got on that. Think got there around 1ish but then add hour on as Panama one ...
... with the friends I have travelled down with, was Monteverde. A huge contrast to the Costa Rica I had remembered. The small town is next to the Cloud Forest and has been built up around the extreme activities which draw tourists in from all over the world. It boasts the longest and highest zip line in the world, and the highest bungee jump in Latin America. Pretty cool, although the town is just full of tourists, tourist agencies ...
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 ...