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The trip was 8 days - we covered La Fortuna, Monteverde and Manuel Antonio. We were driven to each place by local minibus/boat and spent a couple nights in each place. The scenery was pretty amazing - very green and lush! We did some great activities - canyoneering, white water rafting, zip lining, hanging bridges, hot springs, coffee and chocolate farm visit. Loads of fun and everyone on the group were great people!
After the group trip - ...
... with people involved in the study. He said he had been
learning English since working at the ranch because there were so many tourists
and he realized the opportunities knowing another language provided. I nearly
stepped on a nightjar type of bird who was sitting in the road, I jumped a
little and exclaimed “Oiy! Pajaro!” Which means “bird.” Javier joked how he
always confused the pronunciation of the word ...
... I think I could spend more time in Tamarindo. It has a nice feel to it.
Yesterday we didn't know what the day would bring, but it ended up bringing a 13 hour tour of the Nicoya Peninsula. We've now been pretty much end to end on the Nicoya Peninsula. The morning drive was gorgeous - reminiscent of driving through rural Alberta roads with a few tropical trees here and there. The sun was shining through the trees, we ...
... had rained the temperature was bearable. Big result.
We all gathered in the corridor before everything started. Martina the wedding planner asked who had the rings. I had given the rings to Peni for safekeeping. She told me that he and I would have to start walking through the forest to the beach, arriving at the arch, where the officiator and the little guitar man was sitting. At the same time everybody else was walking along the beach. Felt a bit sorry for ...
After spending Friday in Alajuela, we got our vehicle and started our trip to La Fortuna in the early afternoon. On a whim, we asked the owner of Mi Tierra about recommended places to stay while in La Fortuna. I had researched several places on the net and through hostel bookers but hadnt actually booked any as I figured I would do it while in CR.
He recommended a friends place HOTEL JARDINES which was a ...