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... less change of buses. The fare is US$12 which seems reasonable.
Another guy offers to show me where I need to go. I look around the complex and people are milling everywhere. I don't see any signage and there are quite a few buildings. I nod to him to lead on. He produces an immigration form for the Nicaraguan authorities and a pen and says to follow him. He leads me past some buildings to a small office where I can see an immigration official. I go ...
... back without wearing my seat belt. I was kind of like a weeble wobble to say the least, but such is life for the sake of the photo!
After much searching, we finally found a sign for a restaurant with a lake view that wasn’t a “fine dining" type place. It was a little off the beaten path but had a wonderful view. The landscaping was beautiful and the place was pretty big. We split 2 vegetarian meals that were super tasty! Seemed like a ...
... change of culture from San Ramon. I am very proud of myself but next time I might just hang by the bar instead of on a bike. This upcoming week had lots of homework assignments but on Thursday classes were canceled so we can go get our student visas. Then I am travelling to Manuel Antonio (yay!!!!!) for the weekend with a group and I can't wait to see one of the most beautiful beaches around. Hasta ...
... is too long and difficult for
Spanish speakers to say, so now I am Yeni.) I dodged the boys as they rolled by
and sat down, she handed me a bowl of popcorn.
We laughed as the boys performed silly antics on wheels to music. Soon
it was time for dinner, and after a huge plate of rice, beans, plantains and
some type of protein (chicken, pork, egg, fish) there is little left to do but
sleep off the full belly. ...
... hot drinks here are coffee and agua dulce - a mix of brown sugar, water and hot milk. We went high up in the hills of Santa Ana to a traditional brown sugar mill that is powered by two bulls. It is the last of its kind in San Jose. It was closed but the very proud owner let us in and showed us around. Just around the corner was a mask maker. The owner is the grandson of one of the most famous mask makers in Costa Rica ...