Gavin and I woke up really early to drive to the airport. It was our last day in Costa Rica. As per usual, I was documenting our drive with photos.
A bus stop.
(Gavin stopped the car so that I could get a closer look at the alligators.)
Brightly colored houses.
The flights were pretty uneventful, aside from the frantic rush through customs in Houston. By midnight (actually I think it was around 11pm), we were back in NYC and filling out a form for missing luggage (mine.)
While I did miss Costa Rica, it felt good to be home.
On Monday morning, Gavin and I woke up super early for the long drive to San Jose. It was actually quite nice driving around the country roads in Costa Rica.
Once we got to the city, Gavin and I parked the car and immediately found somewhere to eat. Gavin really wanted to go to a McDonald’s so we did. It was interesting. My meal came with pineapples!
We walked around for what seemed like forever.
We saw a lot of old buildings. It was a really bright, sunny day; which translated to multiple applications of sunblock. Luckily, we both wore hats.
Gavin took so many rolls of film. I caught some good photos, too- both with my film and digital cameras.
We stayed in the city for several hours.
On the way back, we saw the sunset. It was really nice so we stopped on the side of the road to watch it.
When we got back, Gavin and I ate our leftovers from the night before and packed our bags for the flight back home tomorrow. We also saw a crab outside.