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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... certainly are. There is a well kitted out open air gym which I have absolutely no intentions of using. The pool is the best part about it - a salt water infinity pool over looking the jungle located right outside our bedroom and it is deep enough to use the diving board to its full potential. We chose Nosara for the surfing but also to see the Olive Ridley turtles come ashore under the cover of darkness once a month by the thousands to lay their eggs. We got lucky ...
... products - pasta, olive oil, risotto. We filled our cart and paid. You can use credit card or cash at the grocery stores.
We were also looking for a place to get a SIM card for our cell phone - found out the place is closed until Monday.
On our way back to our bungalow, there is an Italian restaurant that had $10 pizzas all day on Saturdays. We decided that's where we would go for supper. ...
... in my direction as I walked through the door. Clearly Ben and Poppy were feeling much better! That was great news and enables us to go away for our long weekend as planned. The three of them are not quite back to normal, but they've made great strides since yesterday. David, Claire and Poppy took Chloe to the kennels and we set off at 6pm. It was another long drive for David, but the traffic was much quieter than last ...
... nighters...everything possible to thoroughly enjoy the day.
Some of the highlights...because I don't want to go on and on, and really you can just look through the photos and get the drift.
-bus left at 5am to transport us all up there. all and all, about 30 friends and family. i puked (very gracefully) because the roads are twists and turns...ups and downs. ughhh...makes me want to puke just writing about it. but got to know the family ...
... your contributions to this blog and I hope it has inspired you to travel to South America. It is hard to pin-point our favourite country but Peru is pretty near the top of the list. And of course, our visit and the reception we received at Bowen in Argentina were incredible. Everywhere is so different and we have had an amazing experience, all started by following in the footsteps of Mike’s great-grandfather in Argentina. Watch out for the next book!