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What you'd expect from a Central American hostel really.
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My flight to San Jose was not until the evening so I had the morning to kill. Went down to the hotel breakfast and had plastic scrambled egg and some flat pork type gammon thing. Being america I wasn't expecting much healthy food but I was a bit shocked when the 'fruit platter' was about 4 bits of melon and pineapple. I think I ended up taking the …
Having a routine in life is often hard to break, you get use to seeing and doing certain things, eating favorite foods, and being with people in which you often choose to include in your life. My life in Whitewater started with hesitancy, I moved out to a house with only strangers, started at a new school, and got hired at a new job, not knowing anybody at any of those places. As time carried on I started to settle in a bit and got to know ...
On Tuesday, Bethany, Jenna, Hannah and I got up at 3:30am to take Tyler to catch the 5:30am Paquera ferry to the airport in Alajuela to fly home. It was sad to see him go.
Hannah and I dropped off Bethany & Jenna in San Jose. They will continue to explore the caribbean side of Costa Rica and may go into Nicauraga during their time here.
Hannah & I stopped in a nice town called Alajuela. Where we found pigeons ...
... large metal barrel upon which has been constructed the shape of the box, including any handles etc, using sharp knifes glued to the barrel. When this presses into the paper sheets it will cut them into the desired shape. The printer plates are made by shining UV light through a special template which is a bit like a photographic negative and onto a polymer sheet. Where the light hits the polymer will harden and where it doesnt it will be very soft. The polymer sheet ...
... searched high and low - still no toucans. I have seen spider monkeys, white faced monkeys, howler monkeys, vultures, eagles, egrets, hummingbirds, macaws, iguanas, parrots this list goes on but still no toucans, I will find them though!
28/2/13 - 6/3/13
San Jose, Costa Rica
After saying goodbye to volcanic paradise we made the journey back to Granada to catch one last night before the long journey to San Jose, Costa Rica.