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It was time to say goodbye to the girls and Costa Rica and head to Panama. I packed up my last few things, had a quick slice of peanut butter on toast, and headed for the bus stop in town. The walk was surprisingly refreshing and I felt strong considering the minimal sleep and maximal partying I had done throughout the week. The first bus I caught was headed for Liberia. It was always going to be a tight trip with some tight bus connections and a bit of luck needed, but so ...
... move if we want to can't we Ticos and Ticas- certainly pulling out the moves now!
so there we are- we now have a Chez Drapes and I can awake to the views of the mountains and think to myself ' Well Good morning Costa Rica!' . The only thing that is missing that would ever make it truly a home for me, which I can't have, is a something of the feline variety. After all a house is only a house without one- Got a sign to prove it!.
... packaging, because it’s an untapped market. Oh the possibilities!
In the evening, Carlos took me for a walk around his neighborhood. We went to a beautiful park with stunning trees, one of which had an owl/bat house up on one of the branches. There was a giant statue commemorating a battle against an American explorer who invaded Costa Rica—basically Americans are ******** who think everything is theirs for the taking, so what else is new. A lot of ...
... there loaded baked potato, oh my, that thing is bigger than both my fists combined with whatever meat you want. Anywho, we got to San Jose and caught a cab, checked in then went right to bed. Such a long day and an early start tomorrow!! Oh an even though we were on planes all day I managed to get in over 12,000 steps on my Jawbone!! ...
... to check out some caves. The day was completely relaxing and a great way to start off my trip here.
At 8 tomorrow morning I will be starting my first class in Costa Rica and I cannot wait, shortly after that will be my first soccer game I'm playing in! I feel this semester will help me blossom into a better person and when I return home I'll feel how much I appreciate having what's near and dear to me back in my life again, pura vida!