Hotel Wilson Tulipan
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... our guide pointed out this bright red fruit on a tree, which no one was able to identify. It's called a "cashew apple," although it's not an apple at all! In fact, the red part is not a fruit but the swollen stem on which the cashew fruit is hanging from the tree.
The next step in the coffee process is drying the beans, which is done with hot air in these huge drums, ...
... 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 ...
... fit in a box and hence in a container and so the transport cost per pineapple is lower. This is also more environmentally friendly as the weight of each pineapple will be decreased and so the carbon footprint per pineapple will be lower. Even though all this is the case lots of the people they supply buy pineapples with the crown on as this is the norm and this is how customers expect a pineapple to look!! Today I went to visit a company called Guarco who are one ...
... their teeth and surrounding us - Megan bolted! We were terrified and stood on the path for a good 10 minutes arguing about which way to go while the monkeys descended onto the path - eek. We ended up bolting through the monkeys and survived with no rabies, yay. Maybe we overreacted, but monkeys freak us!
I finally managed to get some quality workouts in and got up every morning at 6am to catch sunrise and a 5km beach run it was awesome!
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.