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... airport. I couldn't really remember how far it was to the airport so allowed a lot of time and good job I did! Now the fun starts. First I had to pay $25 to check in a bag, then security got me. Yes they caught me, I had explosives in my bag. I should've hidden them a bit better really. Okay so what happened was they were doing random hand swabbing checks (which was weird enough) and of course they chose me. I mean why ...
... when there has been too much rain the van can't get through) I was dropped off at the hostel (4). Later on the howler monkeys appeared in the trees behind the hostel. It was fun imitating the howls and getting a great response, they can be very loud.
At 5.30 the next morning I was picked up by a bloke on a motorbike for the 15 - 20 minute ride to Agujitas, the town on the coast, to do a one day trip ...
... the 1890s and features lavish architecture and decor. The steep price was subsidized by a tax on coffee, which was the major export at the time.
As we visited the gift shop on our way out, we met this woman who sponsors a project for making art and clothing using recycled materials. She is wearing a bag made from pop-top soda can tabs.
... us back home.
Afler 2 long days in the San Jose area, I went down to the grocery store to pick up eggs etc. for breakfast.
The power was out in the town, so the grocery store was closed.
So I sat down with Peter, the local ATV rental guy just to chat. He has been a world traveler and entrepenuer. Many people here have incredible backgrounds.
While were talking he received a call and said one of his customers had flipped an ATV ...
... for their tour. The plantation is not far from the hotel but we would never have found it on our own. The tour was fascinating taking us through the planting of coffee seeds to the crop three years later, roasting, cupping, sales and drinking (never use boiling water!). Britt do not grow their own coffee, apart from demonstration plot, but source beans ...