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... we had lovely sunny weather and would have loved spending another day! It is really a beautiful green ride and most is on good pavement via the Pan American Hwy. We have 4 sister/cousin groups on the trip and all live far away from each other...so always plenty to talk about.
We arrive close to San Jose and find our first slow traffic of the trip...we are back in the city! Our first stop on our walking tour of downtown is the central market. We really ...
... primal urge to capture our prey was too strong to resist. A few moments later Rufio hooked his lunch. Despite my extensive fishing experience from living in Florida, it took me a few more attempts. Just as I declared this would be my final cast, I managed to hook and reel in a fish for my lunch as well. We enjoyed Imperial and Bavaria beers at the bar while the staff cleaned, prepared and cooked our trout.
The lunch took longer than we ...
... contraband / smuggling.
The Costa Rica side took an hour then the 5 hour trip to San Jose. First impressions, cleaner, countryside and houses more developed, roads being redone in that I could not see anything wrong with the current tar seal road. A dual carriage concrete road was being built. In some ways it ...
... banana plantations in Bocas del Toro and they are often referred to as " green gold". Also some of the largest rain forests in all of Central America are found around Bocas del Toro.
Upon arrival at Bocas Town airport we caught a taxi into town. We visited a local grocery store to pick up a few provisions and then caught a water taxi ...
... rather dangerous but his cute face would melt any heart and was the icing on the cake of a lovely final phase. I thoroughly enjoyed phase three, as whilst busy with work, it was also a very relaxed and contemplative experience in lush surroundings. Eduardo and I held final one to ones with each of the venturers, bringing to a close their participation on phase. A particularly reflective Raleigh website blog entry, penned by a member of X-Ray 4, pondered whether ...