El Sol Verde Lodge & Campground
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... trip... :) Whenever possible, I also hope to live off the land so to speak. There are plenty of fruit trees in this country plus we brought a fishing rod. I will be eating fish (possibly) but only the ones that I catch and clean myself.
We are currently at our hotel waiting for a man to come with our rental SUV. He is supposed to come between 8:30 and 10 am.
As I look out the window, it is bright and ...
The need for cheap or better still free activities has never been more apparent than in Costa Rica. We stay in La Fortuna for a couple of nights and avoid the expensive hotels and hot spring spas, choosing instead to walk 2 1/2 hours to the only free springs which is needless to say where all the locals go. We didn't even need to stick our thumbs out and we got lifts half way both ways. ...
... then me because of my blue eyes and blonde hair. (Read this in a high pitched western accent) From: Abby Evan says: Today was a big day for Kaitlyn and I as both us on our own will decided to strengthen our faith by getting baptized in the Pacific Ocean. I know I have technically already been baptized, but I was young and really wasn't committing to Christ, and today in the moment It just felt right with this amazing ...
... a chance to get comfortable by themselves and now they are cooking in the kitchen in the back.
Well, I don't even think I took any pictures today.
Tomorrow though, I will leave early and attempt to see three beaches, at least two, that are fairly closed of each other. Playas Panama, Hermosa (bus 1) and another "Playa Coco." (bus 2). We'll see how it goes.
... course so Carlos also came along to act as a student whilst Martin assessed Maarten. I helped out by pretending to be an assistant but I didn't really have to do much to be honest. We had eventually gone out to what I would call 'no mans land'. This is basically the area outside of the Estudientes reef that is only sand and some rocks and then some more sand. They finished all their tasks and Martin indicated to me that I then should start navigating. Fooooook. Thank GOD ...