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... give it to someone else a bit up the way...it took us one and a half hours to go up to the vulcano. Once arrived you could climb up to the highest point and in theory have a view all over the vulcano...if only there werent the clouds!! But is was impressive how fast you are out of breath at this altitude... In the afternoon back in Orosi we were ...
... ghetto, cooler behind me and if I leaned back even the tiniest bit in my seat the stupid lid would pop off and he would reattach it while I had to keep paddling... Which meant I was paddling MORE than him... So it was a MAJOR AB work out too....The island was a million miles away and I thought my arms were going to fall off... I felt like a Tyranasaurus Rex... I felt like my body was ENORMOUS and my tiny little toothpick arms had to paddle ...
... was just like a sweet ripe banana. After a morning following the river and being told every few steps by Juan Carlos "taste this, try this", we walked down to his neighbour, Fernando's, house. Nando is a completely down to earth, humble, and obviously happy man. He lives alone in a small house, also surrounded by a platter of edible plants (actually it was in Nando's yard that I tasted mustard leaves for the first time - so good!). Nando spoke no English, and we spoke barely ...
... landings on either end.....basically just a dirt path down to the water. No dock, no marina, nothing. The boat ride had fabulous scenery though! So we hopped in the new van with ad river who couldn't speak a word of English, but luckily I could understand enough Spanish to communicate with him. I have heard a lot about the poor Costa Rica roads and how you shouldn't rent a car, and on this section of the trip I understood why. The roads ...
... to Orosi and Ujarras valleys which are areas where great wealth and great poverty live in very close proximity to each other. These are important agricultural centers for the production of Chayote and Coffee.
Ujarra valley is mostly known for the production of Chayote squash. There is a barrio here where the homes have been donated by the government to people so they will come, settle, stay in the area to work the plantations. Also at Ujarra are the ruins of one of the ...