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... We just relaxed and watch Tv. We were leaving the next day.
Wow morning came fast and we went to the airport and the custom there is extremely protective. We got to go throught custom and search 3 time. We relaxed at the airport just before boarding they check our bags again just to make sure we had no liquids. The flight had lots of turbulence. We arrived safed in Syracuse ...
... out. 1 is for the customs agent and it is some kind of registry(almost the same info as the one we filled out getting into Panama). We some how got missed when they were handing these out on the plane, but I found a police officer in the terminal that gave me 2 copies. Then when you get to customs there is one line for residents and one line for visitors. We of course got in the wrong line, but one of the locals let us know where the correct line was and loaned us ...
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After a nine hour bus ride I found myself in San Jose at 9:30pm. Thanks to the guy I sat next to on the bus, I had a name of a recommended hostel, Pangea. A two dollar cab ride later I found myself a beer and an Internet connection to let Rob know I was okay.
The next day I took another four hour bus ride, part of which was very slow and on dirt road, to Monteverde. Monteverde is known for it's cloud forest in ...
... blessing in his afternoon, as I tried to ask about him ad get to know him a little bit better. I look forward to more convos with Carlos :) The rest of the day was spent reading and then we had team time, which was great. We debriefed our first week of sharing an how we thought everything was going. We ended with everyone complimenting each team member and letting then know how they complete our team-I was very surprised and encouraged by the words ...
... come to do it again. Not knowing when your next chance will come to have "gallo pinto" for breakfast, climb a mountain with a girl from Colombia, discuss career paths with Canadians or share a sunset and coconut milk with some French friends.
I'm in Alajeula now, my final stop in Costa Rica before flying back to the U.S. I spent the last two nights in the town of La Fortuna, the basecamp for the famous Arenal Volcano. I did a tour of the national park around ...
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