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... North American expats and tourists. Anecdotal evidence suggests that long stretches of Costa Rica's Pacific coast have morphed from beautifully-isolated paradisiacal beaches, into mile after mile of concrete condo jungles, that are bursting at the seams with North Americans taking their obligatory two weeks of annual timeshare allotment.
Of course, on the flip side are the wonderful stories of adrenaline activities, ...
... Came back and had lunch (rice and beans) and then had a cooking class to make tamales. Everyone probably knows I don't cook, but they made it super easy, even morons like me could play along. Then we went for our horseback ride.
First off, yes it was raining and yes there were newbies to the whole horse thing. And wow, did they take us on an adventurous path. Up and down and up and down. And then add in the mud and slippery footing. No way in hell would any ...
... Jesus lizards. When we got back to the dock we found a boat like ours loaded with Nicaraguans who had come to shop in Costa Rica and were now returning home via the river.
We had a traditional lunch at nearby Restaurant El Parque. The food was put in front of us as we sat down.....I could get used to this. Lunch was aurosco pollo which is a rice dish with chicken, also black beans which I love, coleslaw and yuca chips (made from root of ...
... up and got fishing. I had never fished before and it took me a couple of tries to get over the gruesome nature of hooking worms for bait, however, we soon got into the swing of it, though the fish were not too interested in being caught that day. After a few tiny fish, I finally hooked a big one! Well, a big ish one (see pics!) - I was so pleased I had caught one worth keeping. When we got back to the lodge, the mother of the family said she would clean it and ...
... There were some blossoms and some coffee beans still on the plants. Eddie had mentioned the annual harvest goes from roughly November to February.
After wandering around a bit, taking photos, I met Leslie back in the coffee/gift shop. Of course we had to get a couple magnets and a pound of coffee. That made us anxious to get home so we could try the coffee and add the magnets to our refrigerator collection. So ...