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... honest, we had no idea where we were going. We listened for the sounds of the water hitting rock and carried on trying to navigate where others may have been before us. Over, under, up, down we went wondering the whole time, where the hell are we???? It was awesome!
We finally arrived at the falls and it was worth the trip no doubt. Water clear as day and cold as hell!
Today, as we drank our coffee, we were ...
... to San Jose
for our flight out of Central America, and the end of our first leg of
travelling. We spent another day on buses and boats, and made it to the capital
that evening. We decided we’d finish off Central with a big family Chinese, so
down the road we headed to a recommended restaurant. It was a very surreal
meal. Firstly the restaurant was in a large function hall (and would be hosting
Miss Costa Rica in a week’s time) and ...
... get a good salad and they are very seldom part of the meal. Maybe because eating something like lettuce/tomatoes can be a little iffy if you do not know how clean the kitchen is or were they washed correctly. Washed our veggies thoroughly so did fine.
Sitting around the table having some great conversations, sharing stories and a lot of laughs. There are people from so many varied backgrounds that the conversations can take some ...
... he quite often goes in their room because the door is open and roots through the trash can. they are very careful to give him
his space! One night there were about 15-20 of us sitting around visiting when the skunk appeared, came to the dorm door but it was closed, so headed into the kitchen. Looked around there for awhile but kept us all entertained for awhile but we kept a respectful distance.
The iguanas will make their appearance coming up or down ...
For our last day on the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, we decided to revisit some of our favorite haunts. We walked to la playa Piedras Colorada (the fresh water river that pools into a swimming spot before spilling into the ocean), followed by lunch at Ylang Ylang Lodge with friends Ireni and Gabriel (you may recall we met on the ferry 14 days ago). The comical white-faced capuchin monkeys visited us during lunch. Ivy is such a fan of monkeys, it's so ...