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... salad and chicken.
As the Sun was setting we made it to the border of Costa Rica! This time the border crossing was a bit more technologically advanced with X-ray machines, etc. Everyone on the bus made it through quickly as well so it wasn't long before we were on our way to San Jose.
However, we were then stopped again by Federal Police! This time the Costa Rican Federal Police of course. So the same drill again, ...
... shop is empty, she is cleaning and caring for the home, or working on alterations to the gowns Nuria sells.
When I first arrived, the living room in the home was crowded with gowns from the shop awaiting alterations. They were hung on wires strung across the room. They disappeared soon, since Nuria hosts a prayer group once a week in that same area.
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Phew. Well Friday was a very long day, but very fun and it opened my eyes to more new things in Costa Rican culture! We helped out with the organization "Un Techo para mi Pais" again. We spent almost the whole day, standing in the streets, weaving between crazy drivers, asking for money. Now this is something I would not never imagine myself doing in America, yet there I was, asking people for money in Spanish! Haha it was quite ...
... of many of the central streets to both cars and buses. Pedestrians can now walk freely in the city centre and enjoy a far more relaxed ambience. Most cities and towns in Central America are built on the Spanish idea of a central park in front of the church with council chambers on one side and shops on the other. Knowing that all the cathedrals were built facing West is a huge bonus when trying to navigate yourself around the ...
... more often than Alonso would have. Fortunately, it was in the 60's and at an elevation of about 5500
ft. mas y menos.
Cerro Rabo de Mico
He pointed out the metal cross and said that Costa Ricans often say they are hiking to the Cross. The peak is also called Cerro Rabo de Mico or 'tail of the monkey.'
If you use your ...