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When I arrived back at the cottage, I got myself a cold beer.. laid down for a short spell and then went upstairs to take a nice warm bath.
For part of my walk, Joanne could watch me from the upstairs balcony. She mainly saw me when I was on the main path near the cows. We even waved to each other from our distance points.
Speaking of cows, I am amazed the cows can walk up and down the hills, eating their grass and not fall down the ...
... putsing around the pool and waiting for our ride. I met a new woman Helen who is from Germany. She is a doctor and is in the medical seminar classes. She traveled with me to Monteverde and will be traveling with me to Heredia. I said bye to my new friend Amy.
Now, I understand why short people ride in the middle seat. We're compact. Our legs don't get cramped. But tall folk, do you know how awful it is to try to fall asleep in the middle of ...
... visited Playa Flamingo today for the first time with Amy. The beach was absolutely beautiful and included massive waves and a massage on the beach if you wanted one. I did not get one, but they looked magical.
At around 4:45 we met up and swam for almost an hour and headed to this restaurant Coco Loco for dinner. The walk should have taken us around 10 minutes, but ended ...
... liked or disliked. Traveling companions: the lack of solo travelers. Timing: how I could not go on virtually any excursions because of class. Oh and then the internet was down for the night.
And then....day two came. Rested up and ready to go, day two seemed easier and more natural. At snack, Amy and I spoke with the activities coordinator who explained the flexibility of classes which would allow me to do certain activities. I ...
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