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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... We turn the corner to our villa and see another one. Our room is small but clean. No traces of hookers. Jamie mentions she is pleased about that. "I love that I can hear the birds and that I'm sweating just standing here," I say. It's been a long cold winter. We drop our stuff and go to a nearby cafe. We order casasdos and tamarindo juice. While we are waiting a monkey climbs down the roof on the fence near our table looking for treats. We can hear him ...
... on). The English teacher did however share with me some good news, one of the grade 6 students I have been working with Emily has been offered a scholarship to study at an international school in San Jose. This is such exciting news, because opportunities like this are so rare for these kids. So it certainly is good news to receive on my last day at Paquita. We do end up having one English class with the grade 3's and the teacher wants us to sing ...
... lucky to have another amazing hotel Grano de Oro where we chilled for the remainder of our stay until we flew to Los Angeles for a quick stopover.
Three interesting facts:
- In Costa Rica people drive like crazy. They drive in the wrong lanes! So everyone overtakes from different sides, which is very confusing and of course dangerous! But hey, you get used to everything! Just go with the (lack of) flow
... to magically wash up on shore. After abound 45 minutes of this, I realized I couldn't let my wife down, she was really sad about the camera and we were going to find it. I left her on the beach and ran back to the store we rented the board from and grabbed two snorkels. Although the two of us put forth a valiant effort the water was so cloudy you could barely see your hand in front of your face and the large rocks we couldn't see and kept slamming into and waves crashing on top ...
... AAAAAAAAA_U/hGkGX-w6at4 /s1600/P1000267.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> As we eat, the next wave of vendors hit us. Selling wooden whistles, carved wooden snakes and crocodiles, they don't get any takers. Another vendor is selling "Cuban" cigars, which Brandon, the young guy from Illinois, buys a small packs of 5 or 6. As he's paying for them, I start to tell him he better smoke them all in Costa Rica, because if they really are Cuban, ...