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Travel Blogs from Nosara
... There’s a lovely armadillo that appears each evening on the
terrace and the noise from the cicadas at sunset is deafening. The crickets are about 9 inches
long. The birds are beautiful and the dawn-chorus is deafening. We don’t like the scorpions much (Frank found one in his swimming trunks just as he was about to step into them), the rodents who eat our avocado pears during the night or the frog who frequents our loo. He hides ...
Happy New Years All!
I received a request for more blog entries so this is for you Adele!
It is Wednesday morning. Tim and I are sipping our coffee on the back deck watching the blue jays ( Costa rican Style) pick away at our screen and tap on the windows. Lynn's coffee machine is broken so she is walking back and forth attempting to make more coffee in our machine and also get ready for her big day....the Jenkins ...
... out a new mudflap for
the back of Jambo to replace the one we had lost in Colombia. Whilst being watched
by a local artist painting a mural onto the wall of the hostel I had the
mudflap cut and bolted on in 40 minutes with a new alloy bracket and STAINLESS
STEEL fastenings (NB, Land Rover, not your usual rubbish mild steel and highly
corrodible stuff). Grant, back in Cape Town at Priclo Motors, will know what
I’m on about….
We spent ...
Well after all the excitement of the earthquake at school I was definitely ready for a weekend away. There was only one problem, the place we planned on going was close to the epicenter of the earthquake and to get there we would be driving pretty much through the epicenter. We made some calls and knew that if we could get there there were hotels with electricity and water so we should be fine. We decided to risk it and go on an adventure. We left Friday right after school. We had no ...
... No rhinos in Costa Rica, but we'll play along. The sea was angry today. We had large swells all day, but luckily no one got seasick. We were fishing mainly for mahi mahi, but we were told there were sailfish, grouper, and rooster fish in the area. We had 5 lines in and had our first hit about 10 minutes in. All the boys played rock paper scissors to determine the order of anglers. Matt was first up and reeled ...