Hotel Vista del Cerro
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... cover a certain amount of material Ina short amount of time so not understanding two whole days is a serious concern. Class ended early due to a national holiday celebration, the annexation of the Guanacaste area. I spent my first week at Flamingo in that area. Lots of traditional dances and songs put on by the teachers and apparently, the students too. But because I had no clue what was going on earlier this week, I did not have any time to practice ...
... guides with their scopes on their shoulders, military firearm style. The guides help each other find the wildlife and will share locations for good sightings - which is good for us. We saw a tarantula and quetzal birds. These quetzal birds are pretty rare and they are important birds all over Latin America - even Mexico where they feature in ancient mythology - but I am not much for birds. However, it was easy to be infected ...
... of hours, and had a sharp pain, but fortunately by the evening it faded away and no lasting problems, other than my sheer stubbornness!
Not being able to afford the $40 quick hour shuttle across the ocean, I then had to travel another 8 hours by public transport to reach the next place, where my plan was obliterated by the boat being late 3 hours causing me to miss all my connections.
Still, everything has a ...
... to our destination was find the wifi password and learn that Canada had beaten Sweden and won the Gold Medal!! :O) Couldn't be more proud to be Canadian!Our rafting guide told us that this river is considered to be in the top 10 most beautiful places for rafting in the world. It is also supposed to be rapids of class 4 during the wet season, which is between October and December. So being in the dry season, which would've been something ...
... boys and I dropped them off at La Fortuna. Then, the three of us made our trek back to playa Jaco.
Then the real adventure started...
The GPS sent us to a back road, where even the one jeep that we saw while we were there had troubles going up this road that had huge, sharp rocks that our small Hyundai accent kept getting scratched on. This short cut from the GPS ended up costing us an extra 1.5 (at least?) to drive home because we had to slowly ...