Hotel Wagelia Turrialba
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... in the board the bus and ask us all to remain seated. Slowly row by row they allow us to exit the bus, but we must line up and place out belongings on the ground about 2 meters in front of us. We all patiently wait will everyone gets off the bus and follows these instructions. Now comes the sniffer dogs. Although I have nothing to hide, my heart starts to race as being stopped by police to go through my bags is about the last thing I need. Lucky enough the dog is ...
... people trying to do it at once. We all got it done, and spent the next hour in discussion talking about how our ecological footprint compares to a typical Tico at our age, and how it would be different if we lived in Costa Rica. Its surprising (well, not really) that Americans have so large of an ecological footprint.
Dinner was next on the agenda, and we walked a bit towards San Jose to find a nice place for all of us to ...
... to our orders. I ordered a rare steak and it came medium to well done. It was still really nice but it would be have been even better if it was cooked the way I like it. And, I was too hungry to send it back. The dishes were a decent portion and cost around $22 per steak. Our overall order was much more as we ordered a bottle of Argentinian Malbec. Delicious but costly. Then it was back into taxis to the hotel. We were excited about our sleep in tomorrow before ...
... there are dogs everywhere here and I can't tell if they belong to owners or just wander. They are prertty smart however as they dodge cars pretty admirably. I stopped at a grocery store to check things out. While I could not find Mac and cheese in a blue box like home, I found some lookalikes...therefore, my judgment is that my children could survive here for 6 weeks...if not just on the fresh fruit ...
... booted and given a safety briefing.
(I knew the zipline wed done in Banos was D.O.D.G.E! but now I was
even more aware how much wed risked! Another of our nine lives GONE!)
The first line was really short, 40mtrs...from there on they got
longer and longer. Ziping through the forest. Climbing to higher and
higher platforms. High above stunning valleys.
We did two lines two people at a time which was cool, ...