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... we could flag down the first passing 4x4 taxi and negotiate a price for the 10 minute ride to our accommodation.
What has struck us here is how much pride everyone has in their country. At the bus stop, even the local coconut seller was washing down the bus-stop and pavement where he works.
Another observation is how incredibly friendly people are. They all ...
... and octopus.
After lunch, we left the Gulf of Nacoya coast and drove inland toward the Central Valley and San Jose. In San Jose, we would spend the next two days in an Association of Residents of Costa Rica seminar.
On the drive to San Jose, the rain clouds built higher and higher with every mile. It was fascinating to watch the progress of the mist and the rain as it ...
... making it's way back into the ocean. With the sunset as our backdrop we all took turns using the stand up paddle. It was an inflatable Slingshot Space Cake SUP. I must say, I did pretty well. Tonight is our last night and Brian tried to teach some of the guys how to use the sewing machine they have here. Unfortunately, after Brian gave them a short demo, one of the guys (not Brian) broke it! Oh well...they will have to continue sewing by hand... On to our next destination - Lake ...
... each other on Beyonce's latest Instagram post and to convince themselves they were having "the best time ever...Costa Rica 2014 rocks!". This sounds horribly judgemental and I want to record that we did get on well with everyone, but there was a lot of time wasting caused by the groups reliance on the leader for help with such trivial matters (like how much to tip a waiter and whether there would be wifi on a small car ferry) that was slightly frustrating, so we ...
... sunning on the muddy shores. The bridge crossing the river was a fine place to see the crocs.
The tiny villages along the seacoast were a mixture of old towns to quaint villages to smart resorts. We stopped at a gorgeous bay to stretch and enjoy the view. Note how the mountains behind the bay stop the clouds. They absorb water here, then drop it after crossing the mountains for afternoon rain ...