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- Continental Breakfast
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... good. Afterwards we got dropped off at the rodeo that was going on in town. It was like a miniature version of the Calgary stampede with just as many drunk people but instead of line dancing there was salsa dancing. The highlight was the bull riding/fighting going on. It was weird, first the rider would ride the bull, then bunch of people would chase it around the ring until the guys on horseback would rope the bull and take him out of the ring. A few bull got some ...
I awoke to the sound of howler
monkeys bellowing in the distance. It was still quite dark and I squeezed my
eyes shut until I heard the avian chorus start. It was still barely light but I
rolled out of bed and into the hammock on the porch. As I lay there half asleep
with a hand hanging off to the side… I felt a cold nose nuzzle my hand. One of
the owners dogs, which they had warned me would likely bark when I arrived, had
scent tracked me to the cabin. ...
FINALLY. After a very frustrating week dealing with making
arrangements to get to Colonia Libertad to meet with a group of women and spend
the night at La Anita Rainforest Ranch I was on a bus to Aguas Claras and then
I would be catching another bus to Colonia Liberia. Four hours in total of
travel, really not that much distance but the going was slow as the behemoth
bus crept along dirt roads, crossed precariously narrow bridges ...
... 2 people in there. We had use of the kitchen which was in need of a good clean, but generally useable for our simple meals.
Food: we cooked most things at the hostels as they had full kitchen facilities.
- Stella bakery. On the way back from our Cerro Amigos walk. Lots of rave about this place. Nothing special. It's a bakery that sells overpriced cakes and coffee.
Run Tally: 0. (Total: still 23+).
Hiking makes Joe sweat even more than running... ...
... would lead, Paige from Oregon and Saul, a Tico who was also working as a guide. As we arrived near the coast, pineapple and banana plantations took over the landscape. Dole and Chiquita shipping facilities lined the road, the metal shipping containers stacked into ugly towers bordering both sides. Costa Rica is the worlds leading producer of pineapple, and in recent years, growing demand means that large fields have eaten up more and more of ...