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Today we visited Puerto Limón, a large port city on the Caribbean Sea coast of eastern Costa Rica. One of the city’s first major port users was the United Fruit Company, now known as Chiquita Banana. United Fruit built many of the railroad tracks across the country, but sadly most have fallen into disrepair due to earthquakes and hurricanes and a lack of funds to repair them. The city does still have ...
... have probably have given me an aneurysm worrying every corner we turned. That's my life in that bag! Anyway by doing it this way we saved $120 off the price of the shuttle. Really not a bad days work, even though it wasn't easy to organise. As we were chugging down the snaking river, there were 2 "local" guides competing for everyone's attention. It really was quite awkward, and we tried not to get involved, answering with as few words as possible. One pointed out ...
The flight to Costa Rica wasn't bad at all. We had a hard time falling asleep because it wasn't comfy. Once we landed we were escorted to customs. We got through no problem. So, we made it and have no clue what were doing. We exchange our money and have the slightest clue how to use it. Haha After exchanging money we proceeded to leave the airport. We were bombarded by taxi drivers but we denied because we insisted on finding a bus to take us to the ...
... and go see hummingbirds and walk around the national park I almost didn't get up. Luckily she convinced me because it was absolutely amazing up there. The bus wound further up the mountains and dropped us right in the national park. First we went to the free hummingbird area which was just sugar syrup feeders hanging in the trees and dozens of hummingbirds getting drunk of them! you could stand right under one of the feeders and hummingbirds would just zip back and forth around ...
... was masked by the sound of the boat
We were back near the dock just before
our schedule. We stopped by at a local supermarket to get some
precious Costa Rican coffee. Freedom, our guide from Javac Tours,
knew where to drive to avoid the afternoon traffic. He used to live
in New York and serves in the US Army. He is married to a local girl
and now considers Costa Rica his home. He also made sure, that we
got the ...