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... nice"!! Snorkeling was new for me and for Alex. Neither of us are especially strong swimmers and so there were a few "issues" to deal with but we got the hang of it (I heard-zooming back at me from 40 years ago, the voice of my swim instructor from Wilbraham, Mass- "put yoawr eaha in the waata"). And, bonus points for bravery: I saw fish!!! Really pretty little stripped fish. Alex did too. Phil, of course saw more and bigger because he actually got out further but still, I saw ...
... with different native languages. No Spanish spoken on the flight. And, the main flight attendant told us to have a good time and he would see us on the way back. Kinda like a school bus driver - have a great day kids! See you after school!-- Costa Rica has two main economic drivers: agriculture (sugar cane, fruit like watermelon and pineapple, and avocado) and tourism. Thus, the gringos and Canadian passport holders on the plane were just here for vacation and ...
... Iris and I slept all the way to our next hotel. We had lunch at the buffet and I spent the day in bed. We went to dinner at a French restaurant at the resort and I had delicious French onion soup and pork loin. Then we went and watched a magic show. We went to bed super ...
... wasn't as awake as I needed to be and found myself with my first injury of huge trip besides the numerous bites and scratches. I had been making some pancakes for me and Kim as there wasn't enough for everyone else and we have to reuse the oil that we use when cooking so I heated the pan as normal but obvs left it too long and the oil got too hot. I went to pour it back into the cup and in doing it spat at me, well my hand, ...
... porch of the cabin and was awed by the view. I had not looked
outwards when I first arrived; I just went straight into the cabin. The moon
was full and Miravalles volcano was visible, blanketed in a soft glow, in all
her cloudless glory. I had never seen the volcano with no clouds, and now
seeing it by the light of a full moon, it was indescribable.
staring in awe for some time I went back in and gathered my computer ...