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... I got out and I started walking down to the beach I saw some little leathrback turtle and many crabs. The Ocean water still beautiful but not as clear as the Caribbean water.
I walk a lot then to a swim and I saw the time so I started heading back to pick up Ellie. She arrived early so she was waiting. So we decided to go look for the next day adventure we saw a seafood restaurant . The ...
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... another fitting finale to our costa rican rendezvous we spot a whale just offshore. It then starts raining, time to go our separate ways. Us in search of more sun, them back to a scottish winter.....if they can actually make it past new york which is suffering a bit of a cold snap.....
Spoilt brats that we are the flash accommodation has been on them(thanks heaps). We started off in dorms, moved to private rooms with shared bathrooms....then ensuites. And now villas! How are ...
... of helping, learning and loving.
On the way to the build site, one of our finest had made the comment, "It is a beautiful day in Costa Rica, there are much more clouds today!". True, it was a beautiful day but those clouds didn't stick around long!
As we continued on our morning commute, we made an unexpected stop. As our bus pulled down the gravel dusty road we noticed what appeared to be a shed off in the distance. As ...
... trip as well. We took off across the bay and at first it was very bumpy, I was a bit concerned about Tony and his non sea legs but thankfully we hadn't had much breakfast and the boat did settle after a while. We motored along the coast line and spotted an Olive Ridley turtle feeding - this is a smaller turtle but still one to tick off the list. Our skipper then had a telephone call to say that a whale shark had been spotted, we ...