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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... and even found a nice little bar restaurant and sat on the deck enjoying the view over the valley and had a very nice Margarita. When we got back we found many of our group enjoying the breezes on the deck so we took up some cards and introduced them to the game of Golf. We were able to play three hands and it was a lot of fun.....probably partly due to the wine and snacks we all enjoyed. Also it was fascinating to watch a young man take apart a lap ...
... couple of purses). These are fresh water crocs but apparently they are good with a few hours in the salt water of the Pacific Ocean before heading back to the feeder rivers. We did go for a swim in the next bay although I'm unsure why we thought this was a good idea given that the croc could just swim from one bay to the next.
Back in Jaco, it was time for Deb P to pack up her thongs and micro's and try to get ready for the blast of winter that we hear is ...
... as it was delicious as usual. After a little laughter and a little love shared, the team was off to the Community center. We had games for the kids, local food favorites and coffee for the adults, and a piņata for the kids. Amazing that candy is an international favorite! All of us were also taught the fine art of making empanadas - deep fried beans, cheese, and corn based tortilla.
It was also evident that the local kids loved playing ...
... route towards Pal ma Norte had been paved within past few years so development is on its way. We picked up some local folks hitchhiking and they were also headed to the B oruca festival and we gave them a ride. We left the main road and headed towards Boruca on a dirt road up steep hills to get to the mountain reserve of the indigenous Boruca people. On the way up the mountains to Boruca we had some ...
... temperature down. We stop at gas stations and grocery stores every couple of hours to try to cool off with spicket showers and cold drinks, but it’s been hard…really hard. We agree with one another that we could not stand to move to a tropical area, so at least that rules out some countries for us to live in post-Transcontinental Triathlon.
Towards the end of the day, we take a toll road and the riding is smooth along ...
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