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It felt like we had just arrived in Nicaragua when suddenly it was time to leave. As we prepared to enter Costa Rica, the final country in our Central America Adventure, it dawned on all of us that time was speeding up, and before we knew it our 32-day tour would be coming to an end.
Thursday, Aug.7 – was a long travel day to Monte Verde, Costa Rica. This border crossing was the most challenging one yet with confusing ...
... There are cheaper options in the town itself, but I thought it would be nice to be in a jungle environment. It was great, falling asleep to the sound of the jungle, waking up at 5am to a beautiful sunrise, mosquito net on the bed, perfect. And very friendly and helpful people.
2 Los Mineros http://www.losminerosguesthouse.info/ I had this place to myself too. It is owned by a couple, she was in France, he ...
... cultures, places, and people. We have seen beautiful places and also some ugly things. It hasn't been easy, but we've spared you the unpleasantries in our blogs :)
Below is a list of observations we have made along the way:
-The locals will be wearing rasta colors, singing his music, and the stores will be selling his shirts. It doesn't matter what country we visit or what language they speak; everyone loves Bob Marley!
I really only stayed two nights in Costa Rica. I decided to plan the next portion of my travels as I had to come back to San Jose to meet my friends coming from the UK at the end of April. My first point of action was unpacking all the things I genuinely don't need (but can't bring myself to throw away) and all the gifts I had accumulated since I last posted something home when I was in Bolivia. ...
... the view of the city from the top of the museum was breathtaking. Make sure to make you way to the front when you are on the roof to get a glimpse of the city.
After leaving the museum, there was a strip of markets right outside. I went to go explore to see what was inside these market. Sure enough, there were souvenirs everywhere and beautiful man made crafts. I loved it. Make sure you bargain with those people though! They are always willing ...