Today we explored the lovely little town of Quepos, which was once underwater filled with mangroves (thanks for that Jenn Gao!), and is so small it only takes 3 hours to see everything, even if you’re walking really really slowly:
We struck up a conversation with a bunch of Chinese restaurant owners at the “only Chinese restaurant in Manuel Antonio”; they were born in Costa Rica, spoke fluent Spanish along with a bit of English, but our group communicated with them in Cantonese and Mandarin. The world felt a little smaller while talking to them.
To make things even more interested, their local public school is funded by South Korea:
What else to do? Catch some kind of sunset at Playa Quepos:
One of the BEST coffee I ever had at Cafe Milagro:
Eat some Comida Tipicas:
Become friends for life:
- At time of posting in Quepos, it was 71.6 °F - Humidity: 73% | Wind Speed: 12km/hr | Cloud Cover: few clouds