Pix finally. From the begining then. We got to the BMW shop early and our guy was late. Wasn't going to get excited tho. Finally got bike and headed out to get thru San Jose. Really wasn't as bad as I expected. Only one missed turn so that aint bad. Next was down the Pan American Highway over the "Hill of Death". Really a nice ride and once you start riding like the locals it's quite fun. Ran into some clouds near the top which made it a little hairy. At the top we stopped at a Soda for our "real" first Costa Rican meal. Really didn't know what we were ordering but every now and then even a blind squirel finds a nut. It was great. As we had our lunch the clouds set in. Problem was these were full of moisture, not rain just a heavy dew. Made it impossible to see. Visor was covered, then glasses were covered and then just to make it even funner it would get so thick the road vanished in front of you at times. Almost forgot this one. Before the clouds set in. Finally made it to the Pacific and Tammy was still smiling. Hell of a good sport. Had a mix up on the location of our first hotel but found it before dark so no harm no foul. Great place and great food. This morning we were up early so took a short walk and came back for breakfast and loaded up. Headed up the coast and had our first stop at Jaco. Not a bad place to stop for a pick me up. Had plenty of resteraunts, cafes, and bars to choose from but Tammy spied the best place in town. Great smoothies and definate local flare. Just up the road from Jaco is the bridge where the crocs hang out. Shit load of em and this was the big daddy. Next was up to Punteranus to catch the ferry over to Paquera. We got there about an hour before departure and got our tickets with no problem. It was actually quite peaceful until just before the ferry arrived. Taxi Hell. Once across the roads got better, or worse depending on your perspective. Midas could make a killing down here with shocks The roads are rougher than hell with huge pot holes but that doesn't slow em down one bit. Nothing like going 60 khm bumper to bumper dodging pot holes. It was awesome!!!!!!! No matter what your line was in a corner chances are there's a pot hole just waiting for you. Finally hit dirt as we neared St Teresa where we are now. Our shack for tonight. Be here two nights and we're heading over to Montezuma tomorrow. Hope to get more pix in the next few days. Damn hard to stop for pix going 100 kph with a guy 10 feet off your ass and no pull offs and if there is one god only knows what shape it is in.