|We were visited by the practical Easter bunny who brought toothbrushes and new markers in addition to sweets!|
We first drove to the town of Volcan where we had read about a great little breakfast place. Upon arriving at the diner we realized the previous owner had recently sold the place to a mildly crazy lady from Canada. She filled us in on all the instances of mind-control happening in the US and the fascist occupation movement that is taking over the country! She rambled on for nearly 15 minutes while we choked down our meal and quickly paid the bill.
The morning was cloudy but we got some occasional views of the Barú volcano. In Boquete we are living on the east side of it but the views are better from Volcan. The plateau is dotted with huge chunks of igneous rock from a previous eruption (although it has been extinct for so long that there isn't a recorded date for the last time it blew.)
|I loved the look of these rolling green farms.|
|The area is famous for strawberries.|
|We stopped at a roadside stand for a cup of fresas y crema (strawberries covered in cream.)|
|Danny was told today he has a "peluca de payaso!"|