Daystar Bahia Encantada
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- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... highlights of our last few weeks here have been a dental surgery that I had done along with an ATV/buggy trip to the mountains. Early in our stay, coincidentally three people (two Americans and a Canadian) on one day told us that if we need any dental work done, get it done here before returning to North America. As it turns out, there was some periodontal work I was planning on doing in Toronto in May and the dentist had quoted me a price ...
... what ages they will be, or how long the workshop will run for. So just one or two obstacles ahead. I've come up with a few ideas, but will put some more thought into over the weekend (I'll be channeling all you teachers, do please put out some good vibes for me). The evening ended with all the girls heading into Quepos for the farmers market. A small food and craft market set up along the path be the ocean. Lots of locally grown fruit and vegetables ...
... speech followed by our Captain, Pedro Pinto, from Portugal, in the lounge.
We enjoyed our first beyond excellent dinner in the Amphora, an open seating dining room, where we met our first of many new friends. Lucy is a judge, and her husband Francis, owns a hybrid seed development company in Ontario, Canada.
We returned to our stateroom to find chocolates on our turned down bed and were rocked to sleep as we sailed on our first night at sea.
... people. Grace made a special carrot cake that doesn't use sugar (since she doesn't eat processed sugar, so instead she used honey - oh the cake was perfectly moist). Ben brought rotisserie chicken. Alana made fish and also made salad with Annalou. Edwina, Ed, and Maria (the family) made tacos (super yummy!). Then I made a little speech just to wish Chris, Brooke, and Edwina&family all the best in their travels because it was their last night. ...
... in the wet season
Injuries: Upset knee again from too much horse riding : )
Illnesses: Ringworm - very itchy
Food: Dosa; fermented rice and beans, ground together (on the bicycle grinder) and fried like a pancake.
Final breakfast of yoghurt I had made the day previous, from milk I had milked, a papaya from the farm and raw honey from the neighbour = BLISS