Oxygen Jungle Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and Jordan threatened to "pump up" AR with the ball pump. Other kids were interested in our cameras and enjoyed looking through the pictures from our trip. We took one final picture with the group and say good bye in English and in Spanish with hugs and high fives and fist bumps. We were amazed to find ways to cross language barriers, whether it was teasing a 5-year-old boy, or asking his father how much deeper we needed to dig the trench. Some languages ...
Sunday was our final day with the car so we figured we should do a little more exploring. Instead of heading down the dirt path, called a road, we took the round about route into San Isidro and then south to Dominical. Our goals for the day were to see the town of Uvita, the geographic "whales tale", and maybe check out properties for sale or possible areas we might like altitude-wise. Neil was incredibly excited about this area ...
... Uvita beach you can go see the whales for 55USD but we preffered to hit the road and continue to Jaco Hermosa, which is the place to be for surfers. We had a nice lunch and headed to the national park Manuel Antonio. The beaches between Jaco and Puntarenas are better to be avoided- we were surprised but you do find some unswimmable beaches in Costa ...
... food! (There was also a dog which I was told to mention.) It was great! We also watched World Cup while at the restaurant. While we were there, Pastor Payton came by. It was great to put a face to a name since I had spent so much talking to him and his wife via email and phone. We walked back and a group of us went to the grocery store. The look on the butcher's face when Fredy asked her for enough hamburger for 60 burgers and 180 hot dogs was priceless. We bought a ton ...
... town known for whale watching tours (not the season for it now), a little turn-off led up a rocky mountain road, then left-turned down a tunnel of green that made me think there would never be human structures nearby. A parked Toyota Camry came up and said otherwise. It was parked by the sign pointing to the hostel, and I made the mini trek up to the lodge, being greeted by a swinging spider monkey all along the ...