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... their breakfast in one of our trees (or should that be one of their trees?) Some were eating and some were simply hanging from the branches. I saw my first Pizote in the garden. It's got the face of a large anteater and not dissimilar in profile to a racoon, but it doesn't have a racoon's tail. In fact, this one looked as if it had been in a fight and a lot of the fir in the middle of its tail was missing. It was another leisurely morning as the family got up in their own time ...
... arrived in Costa Rica at about 5pm in the evening.
We headed for the Hertz desk to pick up our hire car only to be told that it had been booked from San Josť in California, rather than in San Josť in Costa Rica. So there was no car. Well, actually, there was a car, if we were prepared to pay $1100 rather than the £230 we had already forked out, on-line. They were very nice about it all, and drove us around in a courtesy car to and from ...
... the hostel for a good sleep - tiring day.
The next day Charles took off to the coast and we lazed around for the morning, reading and soaking in the sun by our hostel "resort" pool. I went for a local breakfast and happened upon this cheap and delicious little place that many Tico's were eating in. You know it is a good deal if there are many Tico's inside. I also serendipitously happened upon Derek from Oregon who ...
... hostel before. I was a little nervous but felt at ease when i met my roommate. We are right around the same age and hit it off right away.
I am without a plan now and just winging the whole trip. I feel very blessed by the people who i have met here.
This trip has been a wonderful experience for me. Traveling alone in a different country is thrilling and at times nerve wracking. I tend to lose things all the time. My phone, keys, wallet, etc. so ive had to ...
... Alas, the towns around here are few and far between, so there’s no guarantee there’ll be anything to find. We shall see.
Update: We've driven into Playa del Coco to find internet. On the way, we saw what we think was a kinkajou carrying its baby out of the roadway. We're now relaxing in a very pleasant coffee bar and art studio, enjoying some delicious drinks while we take care of a few necessary emails and update the blog.