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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... crossed the border from Panama into Costa Rican waters. I'm looking forward to my trip along rope bridges high up in the jungle canopy tomorrow. According to the Captain, it was only 27c at midday. It seemed a lot hotter, but perhaps it's because today has been the calmest of all our sea days and there's no break from the sunshine. The Royal Cunard Singers & Dancers are being made to work hard. Last night they served up 'Vanity Fayre'. Tonight it's been Variety ...
... money from travellers seem to operate unhindered. Many of the people we met in Drake have to go there every 3 months to renew visas by crossing the border and then re-entering Costa Rica and they have plenty of stories to tell.
Anyway, our host at Purruja Lodge kindly drove us to the bus station alleviating the need for case carrying at that stage, and we climbed aboard the bus to the border. It is necessary to obtain an exit stamp from Costa Rica before ...
... eyes. Otherwise they might see with their eyes, hear with their ears, understand with their hearts and turn, and I would heal them.' But blessed are your eyes because they see, and your ears because they hear."
Seek and you shall find.
Bless you for your reading. Please continue to pray for focus and strength on my behalf as I pray for the country we know and love.
In Love and Health,
... assistant Carlos expertly helped us through the tour.
The tour spanned 13 platforms passing secondary and primary forests. There was also a little hike on a well-marked trail in the primary forest. The whole place was very beautiful and well-designed.
The ziplining itself was SO fun. It was kind of scary at first, but it quickly faded away as I was flying over the canopy. I never felt unsafe or unsteady, ...
... that we just aren’t!. She did however have some interesting facts about spider silk being used by the US military and something about spider/goat DNA splicing that has resulted in spider silk being able to be harvested from the goat’s milk... The walk started much later than others we have done and Jack was just over it all within the first 20 minutes especially as we didn't see any snakes. I think he was asleep before registering he was in bed!