Travel Blogs from Nicoya
... We heard but did not see some howler monkeys and numerous lizards. The trip lasted about five hours before returning to the ship. There were field and field of white plastic strips on which they grow honeydew melons. A real blot on the landscape. Da has decided that he does not want to visit the ruins in El Salvador as it will involve too much walking. Well I am ...
... Costa Rican Colones spat
out of an ATM just beyond the border we were on our way again and still amongst millions of banana trees
with blue bags over their crop to keep the mosquitoes off. They say Costa Rica
has the highest literacy rate and one of the highest standards of living in
central America but to be honest, judging by the condition of the roads, the
vehicles the locals were driving and the houses they live in this just didn’t
seem to add ...
... is only 3ft away. So is freedom.
It seems we don’t own an incredible flying dog after all: only a smart and stubborn one who wanted to get out of the house real bad. Sometimes Mai and I dream of installing “critter cams” on our four-legged friends’ heads, just to see what they do when we are not around. Today’s movie would deserve to be named “The Great Escape”.
... is a little over 3 miles and doesn't have the hills that we had to climb yesterday. It was, however, very muddy during parts. There is a reason why most cars don't use this route. My favorite part was when we followed the detour through the cow pasture to avoid some of the really big mud puddles. This was obviously a path created and used by the locals. When we got to the river crossing there was a guy going over carrying ...
... bus to the nearest large town and have just discovered that the only tickets for the next 5 hour leg of the journey are standing tickets. Brilliant. Tomorrow we fly back to London via Toronto and then drive back to Newark arriving home on Sunday afternoon (hopefully). Don´t you wish they´d invented teleporting at times like these?
We´ll do one more entry when we get the underwater photos developed, but this is us signing off for now. Adios amigos y hasta la ...
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