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... me and Aidan come on this trip and experience this wonderful country. Thank you to Ms. Zima and Mr. Gary for planning this trip and sharing these amazing memories with all of us. Thank you to David for always having an answer to every question we had and always making sure we were happy. Thank you to Orlando for driving us everywhere, even to the supermarket. My spiritual animal is the Little Blue Heron because I love to stay by the water and just hang out. Billy L. The ...
... still wanted more. I struggled with the difficult terrain. The bikes they ride here are much taller than the ones at home and my body had to be positioned differently which I wasn't accustomed to so it was difficult for me to get the hand of it. I also got bit by army ants, which have a symbiotic relationship with one of the Costa Rican trees which is fascinating but not when I happened to brush by one ...
... it a house. It's basically a plot of land with a central hub which is a kitchen and kind of dining area. Just a roof with posts for corners. Next to that is a block with two bedrooms, each with 4 beds. Me and Helen are sharing one room and then in the other is the other co-ordinator, Allis. She's not the type of person you'd expect to meet in a place like this, she's from New York but her mum or someone is ...
Well, getting out of Honduras was just as complicated and time consuming as getting in...this time the currency of choice was US$ which only became apparent after most of the group had changed all remaining local currency except the published amount due at the border, only to be told that the exchange rate had changed again, this time in favour of the US$ and extra local currency was required in order to get out. I'm sure there's a lesson here somewhere but it's well hidden. However ...
... town (a 20 minute walk) before I managed to find a taxi. My driver was definitely drunk and literally did not understand a single thing I said, but hey ho I made it in the end! Most importantly I made it alive! Thankfully I managed to sleep most of the way and I should have easily of made my next bus at 10am. Unfortunately my 4.5 hour bus took SEVEN hours because today, of all days, the sodding taxi drivers decided they were striking and blocked the roads into San Jose. ...