Goodbye Costa Rica…Hello Florida!
After John had pried my hands from the entrance of the Sloth Factory, we waved a slow, three fingered salute to our friends and boarded a bus to our final destination: Puerto Viejo.
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside. Oh, I do like to be beside the sea! That’s a lie…I mostly dislike the beach…but it’s really hard to dislike Cahuita.
We left San José mighty early, Jungle Tom Safaris picked us up from our hostel at 6:00am and we were soon on the way to Torteguero.
Hello world, greetings from the land of turtles. We have seen the turtles; it’s legit.
Joséphinos love looking at tiny little things in museums…or, at least I assume this is the case as we walked through 5 floors dedicated to curious jade and ceramic artifacts at the Museo de Jade today.
¡Ola amigos y amigas! ¿Como estas? We spent today in grimy, bustling San José. It’s a lot different than being out in the rainforests, where we have spent most of the the last two weeks.
It’s an incredibly pleasant feeling to not know, or need to know, what day of the week it is. When you happen to find out, by accident, that it’s Saturday…well, that’s a perfect excuse to do absolutely nothing for a whole day.
Today came early, my friends. The guy next door to where we are staying started working on his lawn with a weed eater at some point between 0515 and 0530. Also, Becci had for reasons known only to her scheduled us with a 0730 tee time for a […]
As much as we tried to deny it…our time at Rancho Margot had come to an end. Our next stop was the Cloud forests of Monteverde.
Last year on Becci’s birthday we had cheeseburgers with friends, and went to the record store. This year, we celebrated Becci’s cumpleaños by kayaking to a volcano.
We spent our first full day at Rancho Margot laying around, reading and eating delicious food. Okay, we did a tour…but that was only about 1.5 hours of an 8 hour day in which we actually moved around outside of our bungalow.