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... turquoise shirt. I wanted some of the jewelry she was selling but they were a little expensive and decided not to.
Photography was about street photography today. We went Orotina, which was a little Costa Rican town. We went to the market and Carlos was teaching me about the importance of using the appropriate iso (100-200 for outdoor shots, while at least 1600 for indoor shots). It was really fun shooting people, especially the two ...
Jill & I chilled at the house in the afternoon, tired and happy to rest in the a/c. Tomorrow is our beach day, baby! We're looking a little pasty.
The boys were too tired after their seagoing venture to eat out for dinner. But Jill and I went anyway to Los Almendros, a block and a half walk away, said to be the best dining in the town. It was very good and they even offer vegan options for ...
... and updating my blog as I wait for my meal (rice, beans and 2 fried eggs)... hey... no complaints! :)
Tomorrow I will go back to Quepos to get my smart-phone an a book I forgot there. One more chance to see my two Argentinean "compadres"
Well, I guess that is all for tonight, short and sweet.
Oh, by the way, today I started my trip a MONTH AGO!...
... to assist in Costa Rican traffic control. I held the flag out of the window with my left hand, shifted the gears with my right, and steered with my knees with a can of cold beer between my legs. It reminded me of my first driver license test when I was 16 except then I also had to smoke a cigarette and change the 8-track while I parallel parked. We stopped to visit some old friends, Gary and Catalina Rogers at the Condotel, Las Cascadas.
... and stickers, reference pictures. While some of us were playing with the kids others got to pray with the Tias. The Tias felt encouraged and thankful. The Tias have a huge responsibility as they care for these kids and teach them about Jesus!
We headed back to the cabin area for dinner and had a good laugh as I told the story of Jinenz Garcia.