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... a taxi-boat-taxi to Monteverde in the pouring rain. We were glad that we were no longer driving as the driver navigated huge potholes and constant bumps on the road up to Monteverde. We arrived in the area to extreme winds and horizontal rain...good thing we brought down vests and rain gear. It was cold! Our highlight of the Monteverde area was doing a canopy tour in the cloud forest. Despite the cold and the wet, we had a blast. It was a great way for Jo to spend her ...
... do their daily shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables, home made tamales, tortillas, chicken and fish, flowers as well as hardware and clothing. There is a crush of people making it difficult to navigate the narrow aisles.
... Carlos Pellas.After checking into our hotel which turned out to be our favorite of the whole trip, Hector took us on a quick orientation walk before meeting for happy hour.
From the hotel it was a short walk to our restaurant for dinner and what do you think all but one of ...
... scarce in this small town with each house having only running water a few days a week. A cistern at the Hernandez house holds the supply for buckets of water to flush, bathe, and cook. At another home stay there is no running water and everything is hauled in by bucket. There is not a lack of fresh water in this country but a lack of infrastructure to bring it to the homes. They have also been hit very hard in some parts by climate change. We found ...
... stopping a few days, together with Cartagena, Valparaiso, Cusco and several others. Its streets are a rainbow of colors ranging from the bold canary yellow of its cathedral, to the red, blue, green, white and pink of its houses and buildings. The immense Lake Nicaragua and several volcanoes form the backdrop to this gem so well preserved that it almost looks fake: there are many tourists, but this is certainly not a bad thing if it helps to keep the city in a state that I think is ...