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... that the 400 rooms which are utterly identical at the westin... Alex told me early in the day how uncomfortable he was at the westin. Boring and not real. I told him two things: #1 I think we get a good mark as parents that he is not interested in the pampered, same/same life. He craves authentic and interesting. I'm glad. Relates to that is #2. As you grow (throughout life) you "try stuff on". ...
... from Nica’s revolution when CIA backed Contras were stationed in Costa Rica). The Peņas Blancas border is big and tough. Weaving through the huge freight trucks, we eventually make it to the entry point of Costa Rica, where we jump on the public bus to our next destination, Tamarindo beach.
Costa Rica is the most developed, westernised country ...
... up the rapids we were taken to a hot springs mud spa and had a beautiful meal! It was just us and an American couple with us, we couldn't stop laughing because they were as American as you could get..! So many of the typical American phrases u hear on TV which were very funny! We loved them! They were only here for the week tho, the guy was a facial trauma surgeon and she was a dentist...of course they would be staying in the four ...
... of Tamarindo to a couple beaches where we saw a couple mother black turtles. The black turtles lay in Costa Rica all the way from Ecuador, a 6-7 week swim over! We watched one mother start to dig her nest, which takes approx. 45 minutes. She seemed very fussy though and kept moving where she thought she wanted to be. After watching her for a while, with a red light so we didn't disturb her, we decided waiting all night for her to decide might be a bit long. On another ...
... to chase the dogs away. The beagle then tried to run after them - think he was a bit cocky as he was tiny compared to them, we had to shout him over to follow us.
During the ride we saw a dead headless snake, lots of birds and monkeys.
On the way back we got to gallop through a cow field. The horses were racing each other, it was exhilarating. There was also lots of cantering up the hills back to the farm - even though it must be tough on the horses knees with the ...