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... there will probably be a fight at some point! The natural hot springs were super warm and relaxing, were we spent sometime and had a couple of beers. Many hotels charge lots of money of the use of the hot springs but Manfred took us to a local hotspot which was free to access. As we were about to leave from the car we spotted a toucan very high in the tree this time and could only just make out the yellow/orange colour of the beak from ...
... still intimidating requesting “50,000 colones” from the ATM. One too many zeros and I would have WAY too much cash on me. I decided to go with 50,000 colones to start.
Walking out of the airport, I kept my eyes peeled for my beautiful but tiny Costa Rican friend, Carolina. Needless to say, when I saw here there was a collective squeal of joy and running into each other’s arms!! It has been well over two years since I ...
... know it would take us 4 hours to check in! Yellow Fever What?!?! When we went to check in for our flight to San Jose, Costa Rica, we were asked if we had our yellow fever shot. Well, no, we said. Two different medical practitioners (one a doctor, one a travel medicine clinic RN) had said it was not necessary for us to get them. Too bad. Copa Airlines REFUSED to fly us to Costa Rica without them. REFUSED. Kristin had no problems flying to San Jose because she was with ...
We had to spend one night in Costa Rica's capital, San
Jose, since our flight was leaving at 7am. The hostel we stayed at had a pretty
decent view of the city, which is the only picture I have for this post.
This last night was quite nostalgic for me, knowing that this amazing
experience was coming to an end. It allowed me to reflect on how AMAZING
travelling with Phil was. I feel really fortunate to have lived part of this
trip with him, most likely making a ...
... of happiness and consolation. I learned quickly that whenever people asked about my ankle, the best response was "pura vida" with a shoulder shrug and smile. The Costa Ricans are also very proud to be the only country in the world without a military. Such happy, loving people.
It is a beautiful and unique beach. White sand and crystal waters, but also the jungle which extends right down to the beach. As I watched the sunset over the Pacific, I could hear the monkeys in ...