Hotel Wilson Tulipan
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... About 5 years ago they had given up their jobs in California and come here - their kids are at the local bilingual school, business is booming and they surf and lie on the beach in their spare time. Not a bad life.
When we limped back to the hostel the afternoon monsoon had started, so I propped my foot up and watched the rain pounding down. We were soon joined by Diana, a girl from San Jose taking a weekend break at the beach. She took ...
... the night, though woke to find the floor covered with two inches of water and our bags soaked through - had it rained? It must have! The tourists on the boat all slept up on the top deck on their deck chairs while the locals were inside the ship on benches - I´m not sure who got the better deal! The ferry was also used to transport cargo so many people slept on top of their cargo. The award for most talented sleeper has to go to the guy we saw sleeping on a ...
At 3 in the morning I don't really remember a whole lot of what we did at the airport. Basically, I'm just glad we made it on time and got our seats on the plane. Once aboard we did what most people do at this time. We slept.
By the time we landed in San Jose, Costa Rica we were ready to have breakfast. Calculating our time we decided ...
During our drive Rafael provided a thumbnail sketch of the tension that exists between Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The situation was brought to a crisis stage two years ago when the Nicaraguan government seized a region of Costa Rican territory to give them access to dredge the river that divides the two countries. Presumably this is part of the Nicaraguan government's plan to develop a long-desired trans-ocean canal similar to the Panama Canal.
... Chiles and the Rio Frio where there were small ferry boats to Nicaragua and tourist boats heading towards the Cano Negro reseve. Because it is dry season we didn't actually go into the big wetland, but floated down the river. Our boatman was the most sharp-eyed person I've ever met, (and it takes a lot to impress me) spotting caiman, a ...