Hotel Valle del Rio
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... now late afternoon and did a little circuit which then took me back out towards the park and to the hostel. I stopped to grab a coffee and buy some fruit on the way and what I have noticed is that Costa Ricans have a habit of saying numbers slightly differently to the other countries I have come through. This is probably slang, the way we say fiver, when we mean five pounds. However it does occasionally throw me.
Several more people had arrived at the ...
... There's Puff a slightly odd 60 year old American who is staying in Boquete working out a way to extract rainwater and make it useable (he has done this). Puff has all sorts of philosophies and thoughts on life and is FULL of stories. It is very much a one way conversation with him (a healthcare workers nightmare, you wouldn't get a thing else done if you were treating him), but he is not like anyone I would normally meet with. He says he hasn't learnt a thing for 5 ...
... way, I was meant to be going to an island in the Caribbean however after a breakfast of a Danish muffin (wonderful, I need a recipe for this!!) and meeting up with my friends, it became apparent there was not enough time to get there, so I decided to stay another night. However I'm very happy here. It's amazing (and I've said this before) how much I decide whether I like a place or not, depends on the people you meet and here I've met some ...
... footage, disappointing. Lack of hilarious footage aside, being a very rocky path, David was on the receiving end of the worst ever 'dead leg' and expletives were flowing from his mouth. The expletives dried up as the immediate pain eased but it was a slow limp down the remainder of the trail.
Walking down the hill from the Ranger Station to the park entrance turned out to be the most awkward for David. It was actually less painful to walk backwards down the ...
... were in the middle so it was a much more relaxed time. This first lock lowered us into another lake, which we motored across to the next lock where we waited an hour for a ship to join us, then down again, and then into another lock for the final descent to sea level. Once clear of the locks, the yachts separated, the advisors were off loaded, and we motored, and then sailed, to the anchorage. We said our goodbyes, and Duncan rowed us ...