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... descending the hillside from Poas Volcano. Back in our taxi/tour-guide/race car vehicle we bee lined for the nearest plaza to take a few pictures for ole times sake. Next time I'll have to remember the names of the places we visited, I have no idea what this plaza is called. Anyways, it is located somewhere near the San Jose Historical ...
... journey leaves the city at 8am.
We arrived at the national park close to 1030 and had two hours to take in Costa Rica's highest point at 3432mts.
The visitors centre is made up of a walk way past two craters the 2nd
being quiet impressive at 300mtrs deep, and a steep short climb to a
viewing point over the craters.
There was nothing taxing about this volcano unlike Baru in Panama.
Still we felt wed earned a coffee and muffin ...
... with nothing except a face exhibiting pure horror. The crew was us three boys from Puerto Viejo and three ladies to accompany us. Thankfully we were the only people at the lodge because we turned it on. A mixture of red wine, beer, Smirnoff, Captain Morgan and the local liquor Guaro had us all in a very festive spirit. If someone said I was dancing on the bar in my tighty blue-and-whiteys they'd be lying OK?
A 6:30 wake-up brought out some heavy heads and great laughs that ...
... could even distinguish the different shades of green of the forest. We walked for 4 miles like this, playing a constant game of "Driftwood or Turtle?" on the way. After a short break we headed back towards base, our hopes of seeing a turtle gradually diminishing. A mile away from base, us volunteers were happily chatting away about nothing in particular when suddenyl we hear an almighty "SHHHHHHH" from our patrol leader. We follow his gaze only to see a massive turtle pushed ...
... so they were both surprised and curious to see him in the procession. They embraced him and then joined the procession. The oldies of the community were very pleased to see them there. When we reached the church, they remained outside looking in but unsure of their welcome - I got up and invited them in and they filled two pews.
The next morning I went down to the futsal court to chat with them about something that has ...
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