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... 4 arrived on time. Patients 2 and 3 were quite
complicated and left us with about 20 minutes to work with patient 4...except
that patient 3 needed way more time than she was allotted, as she lived over an
hour away and could not return for a follow up visit. We split up the student
pair to conquer patients 3 and 4, and I simultaneously received a phone call
that resulted in having to make a phone call...and with being so far behind, ...
... had arranged a local taxi driver to pre-purchase our bus tickets to San Jose, and drive the four of us to our bus connection in San Isidro. Buses fill up fast on Saturdays, so we were lucky that they were both willing to help us out. We got to San Isidro with plenty of time to make the bus. It should have been smooth sailing...and then Jake decided to get food. With 20 minutes until the bus Jake went to get some fast food. Supposedly it took the guy 20 ...
... I ordered bean and rice burritos that came with a small side salad and a coke. The food was simple but very good and the family that ran the place was incredibly gracious. Our lunch totalled $12 and when we gave a few bucks for a tip, the husband tried giving me the money back, saying it was, “too much, too much”. When I explained that it was a tip, he was so grateful that he nearly cried.
With full bellies, we hit the road once again and thanks to our ...
... into the kitchen area to grab a cup of coffee or tea. The first of which is Gene of course. Another forty-something that undoubtedly is adjusting to the time change. I immediately begin accosting him with questions about what it is I’m hearing in the surrounding area. He’s quick to point out a Blue Gray Tanager on the nearby feeder and then begins to get excited, realizing he’s got a Costa Rican rookie on his hands. The list of things to watch out ...
Katie was lacking from the threesome on our trip to Tamarindo since she was in Manuel Antonio with her family. Ambar and I took the Alfaro bus to Backpackers Hostel at playa Tamarindo. The trip took 5 hours, but the ride there wasn't bad. There was air conditioning at least, which is a luxury when it comes to busing it in CR.
As soon as we arrived at our hostel at about 9pm, Ambar and I were asked if we wanted to go out by everyone at the hostel. Ambar and I weren't planning ...