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... the women play a game like field hockey, running while wearing 3 or 4 dresses up and down a long valley. But there were many negative impressions as well. I'll never forget my visit to the Guarijio tribe where the corn had recently been harvested, and instead of using it to feed their families, many of the men brewed their corn into alcohol, leaving their children hungry. I often had the impression that their wasn't a real effort strive for a better future. There is ...
... hour--I'm going there too" And this is the beginning of a fascinating conversation with Rafeal, an English teacher and native of the Indigenous Region of Boruca. My Conversation with Rafael "So how are things going for the indigenous people of Costa Rica?" "Much better" he tells me. "It used to be an had to be really lucky to continue your studies--now there are many scholarships and opportunities offered to our people." "So if people ...
... though, and we worked for almost three and a half hours before heading out for some well-needed showers.
As many of you probably know, I love coffee. This was something I had been looking forward to doing, as I wanted to learn more about where coffee comes from and what it takes to create that delicious brew. We’ve gotten to try a few different coffees since we’ve been here, and here’s a brief summary:
Once we did get back to their house, I was done with my hiking and ready to sit. We ate again, hung out and then they volunteered to drive us back to our place. Obviously not realizing how far that would be. When we arrived back here, we showed them around for a few and then they headed out.
Definitely fun times, tasty food and of course we had more fresh coffee. Maybe next time we should clarify if there will be hiking involved.
... As we sat down at a table to wait, the owners wife turned up to serve our breakfast. And a very nice breakfast it was too - fruit, fresh juice, excellent coffee and the best gallo pinto (rice and beans) we have had so far on our travels.
Feeling full after our breakfast, we walked down the dirt road to Parque Nacional Marino Ballena. The marine park, although small in size, is considered very important in Costa ...