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... The man hand grated the ice from a huge block of ice and then put the shaved ice into a plastic cup and put the strawberry banana flavoring in. Greg had talked to a guy from California that looked like a surf instructor when we were in the Neily bus station. His name was Bob and taught at a surf and dive shop right in Dominical. He told Greg to stop by if he wanted a lesson. We boarded an hour later. The trip from Neily to Dominical was so humid and very full. Because it was ...
... take the coastal route since the more direct mountain route was
currently unpassable due to stretches of bad roads due to rains. However it was
a beautiful drive along the Pacific coast and we made numerous stops to view
the sites and meet the friendly people of this country. We encountered
mountains, rivers and dense vegetation along the way.
One of our first stops was to cross a bridge over a river full of crocs. See photos.
... an unwelcome invader.
Thankfully we move on, a short hike back to the main area of Hacienda Baru quickly complete. It’s quite a relief to find out we have couple hours of free time before lunch and then kayaking. We somehow all end up congregating in the magnetizing, tantalizing paradise we’ve come to know as THE POOL. The body of water has a way of inviting us all back, time and time again.Could simply be the bathwater temps ...
... botanist/greeny many years ago must have had strong ties with someone in government and wielded that power to secure 23% of Costa Rica as protected national park. Wouldn't it be lovely if every government had someone with that for-thought and power to boot! www.manuelantoniocostarica.com
As you begin the steep climb out of the bay, you nearly run into a huge plane from the war years ...
... and all the while writing in a notebook... presumably what was needed, and checking up on the cook too!
Today when we got back from lunch at Liz's, we were on the deck and another couple of monkeys came through our yard. We don't think these were the white faced ones... they were a bit bigger and only two. White faced usually travel in groups of 15-20. We also saw a large group of toucans close by today... first toucans we've seen. There are loads of birds ...