Travel Blogs from Santa Elena
Our second day in San Juan started with a mild hangover that was quickly gotten rid of when we went to the beach and hit the waves. It was lovely until Lucy and I didn't see a huge wave come out of nowhere, and we got pretty pummelled, thought I was going to drown at one point. Then when I stood up, Kelly, a girl we met who happens to be a lesbian, proceeded to tell me that my whole boob ...
... this for many years and some guides proudly collect these. Better advertising! I do feel for Josh. He was led into this adventure back when we were to work with the school. Now, his interaction with kids is limited. Two girls his age worked with us today, and he kicked the soccer ball around a bit, but I know it wasn't the same as being in a larger group of kids. We will try to add some fun into the trip, but we've been quite exhausted both days. We shall see what we can fit ...
... the whole building. The building would remind you of a traditional camp in northern Minnesota. On the first floor you have the kitchen with delicious home cooked Costa Rican food, a dining area, meeting room, and rec. room all incorporated into three rooms. There are also 3 bedrooms that share a bathroom. On the second floor are the six "primo" rooms. Each room has two bunk beds and your own bathroom complete with shower (minus the hot water). The walls between the rooms and ...
... suspension bridge that was 25m above ground giving a great view of the canopy. A couple of Quetzals, very colourful birds with long tail feathers, were flying around.
We were hoping to see monkeys and sloths but perhaps the extreme cloud and rain was making them take shelter somewhere. Even at the view point, there was only cloud today. There were plenty ...
... but that was about it apart from a few common looking birds coming to check us out for a second or two.
Our walk took us back to the start just as the rain and thunder started. It was quite surreal to watch, the cloud thickened and began to move faster up the hill from the valley. The droplets of moisture in the air just seemed to grow bigger until they changed to raindrops and full on downpour. We were in the shelter at this point so ...
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