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Our visit to Manuel Antonio National Park and Monkeyville, Costa Rica

Billy Joe here. First, an important correction to yesterday’s post. Manuel Antonio is NOT a person, as I previously said. It’s a national park. Well, slap my head and call me silly, I know. 1,484 more words

Costa Rica

Puerto Jimenez

Puerto Jimenez is an interesting little place.  We arrived around 4pm and were immediately pounced upon by locals trying to lure us to their accommodation, treks, tours, lodges. 546 more words

Adios Nicaragua, Hola Costa Rica

We were welcomed into Rivas by some very friendly taxi drivers.  Experience has taught me to be circumspect at the descending hordes of people offering taxis, buses, accommodation but sometimes you have to trust to instinct and these guys seemed genuine enough.   593 more words

An Ode to Gallo Pinto

Gallo pinto is a traditional Central American dish that consists of rice and small kidney beans. Basically, it’s magic in food form. I started writing this poem while I was in Nicaragua and I just finished it tonight. 262 more words

BeMUSEd Thoughts

Morning at Aranjuez

Jeg kom til San Jose i går morges tidligt, meget jet-lagged og rundt på gulvet – men havde en fin dag, var lidt rundt i byen der lå fuldstændig øde hen efter nytår. 92 more words