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... and watch movies together. I saw my host dad last night reach for my host mom's hand and just kiss it just because. It is things like what my host father did that make you realize that language barriers are so minimal when you just show your heart to someone. Good intentions override everything else. If there has been anything that I have learned from being in Costa Rica, it is ...
... strange seeing a guard with a big shotgun (my gaming experience tells me it was a spas12) at the atm.
We got a 7h bus and ferry journey to Mal Pais, which was pretty warm and long, but was only $10! I was pretty lucky, as our first stop in Costa Rica, Em very kindly agreed to go to somewhere that Lonely Planet describes as:
Situated on little more than a dirt ...
... the visibility was really bad and there wasn't really a lot of marine life. We did write some stuff on the side of the boat though and I swam up onto the front and pretended to be Rose and Jack. It is also really weird diving with a current, I never been somewhere where it's been noticeable but it's actually really fun being pushed along by it. On out safety stop me and the dive master did a bit of underwater dancing with turns ...
... plantation. I forgot to say that from our verandah we could see straight across to the Gulf of Nicoya on the Pacific coast – a wonderful view, especially as the sun was setting (it did put in an appearance on each evening!) Anyway, on our short walk behind the cabin, we saw more birds than we’d seen all morning – and a squirrel! Oh yes, and a field of horses which were free-ranging, which explained the hoofprints we’d seen on the ...