Angel Valley Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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When we first contacted the owner of this house to arrange for our rental, Jeff told her we would like to meet some ex-pats. She wrote back to tell us that Debra and Joe, who live at the top of our hill had moved here from Maryland about 18 months ago and would be thrilled to talk with us. A couple of days later, she contacted Jeff again to tell him we had been invited to a birthday party that Debra and Joe would be hosting while we are here! So today we're going to a birthday ...
There is a man with a machete at our door.
It's okay, he is Juan, the gardener. After intoducing himself, he asks if it is okay with us if he sharpens his machete on the carport. He uses an electric sharpener and it will be noisy. Mind you..this whole conversation takes place is poor Spanish and worse English! Whew.
We spent pretty much the whole day with Ana and Norman and it was very fun. First we piled into their Sidekick - women in the front, men in the back (I ...
... bottles so off we go. Ana had mentioned a lake saying it was about 3 kilometers. The subdivion, we discover is a big circle, which isn't obvious because the jungle obscures a lot. We walk for about 45 minutes passing several lovely houses with incredible landscaping. Everything is terraced here because it is so steep and some of the plantings are truly beautiful. We see our house from below. (There is a photo of it here.) You can see our ...
... but the people drive like maniacs - seriously. Seriously.
We need to have breakfast, take the shuttle back to the airport to pick up the rental car and drive back to the hotel to get our stuff and check-out. Today we drive to San Ramon.
Fortified with coffee and a very good free breakfast at the Holiday Inn Express which included the Tico special "gallo pinto" (a dish of beans and rice which translates as 'spotted rooster' for ...
... I left I started crying uncontrollably. I always get this awful feeling in my stomach before I go on a big trip like something terrible is going to happen. I started thinking about my family and if something happened to them while I was gone, and of course I thought about my wellbeing. I was about to dive into a pool of uncertainty where anything could happen. I had to remind myself however that this trip was ...