Wyndham San Jose Herradura
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... coffee bushes. The leftover pulp that is removed in the earlier steps is composted and put back into the land.
After learning the whole milling process we drove down the road to where the coffee is grown. Picking coffee is not easy work, and you can see how steep the rows are on the hilly land. After walking around the property we retired to the family home where we ...
... guavas for us to try.
Eventually we made it up the bumpy road through the mountains to Monteverde: a great, tiny town in the mountains and jungle. There's lots of activities to do from there, such as ziplining through the jungle (lots of fun!), night walks to see wildlife, and hiking through the cloud forest. I stayed at a nice and very cheap hostel (called Sleepers Sleep Cheaper), although I spent most of my time hanging out at a different ...
... and their two little kids to the farmers market! It was about a 4 mile walk and a super cool experience. Got lots of delicious fruit and it was so cheap! I also saw my first pool in Costa Rica as well as some cool seventy. It was nice to go to a different part of town and explore a little. My team and I then made dinner for the whole stint team that night...we made Arepas (a Venezuelan dish) and they were delicious. I am becoming quite good at cooking ethnic food lol. This morning ...
Today, I began my summer adventure by traveling to Costa Rica! I made it to BNA with time to spare, as my first flight to Atlanta was delayed by 30 minutes. You can imagine my shock when I threw my suitcase on the scale to find out it weighed exactly 50 pounds! How awesome is that? Great start to a great vacation! After taking train to the terminal and sprinting to my gate, I find out that my flight ...
... everyone but the ol' sea dog captain to be reduced to their knees in weakness. The creaking and banging of the wooden cabin was so loud I thought we were going down any minute. Having just finished reading The Perfect Storm was not the best comforter to say the least. Estimating that I snatched 2 hours sleep on top of the navigation table that night would be more than generous.
We averaged around 6 knots/hr. with sail up in following sea on the 57ft catamaran, Jacqueline. ...
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