Almendros y Corales
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... it. We had our own private cabana at the back of the hotel with a private bathroom and a private patio. The hotel also had a communal kitchen. We had decided that a communal kitchen was almost a necessity when booking accommodation as it cuts down the cost of food and we eat food that we enjoy. We scoped out the kitchen appliances and headed straight to the store to purchase breakfast and dinner stuff. We had both spoken about having awesome smoothies for breakfast ...
... life would make yours look like a vacation in paradise.”
Well, amen to all that.
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a little town that does pura vida proud. Buses bursting with flip-flop-footed tourists come and go; bananas and pipas frias and fresh-baked bread get hawked in the streets; banks and grocery stores operate and regular business gets done, but it all seems to groove along at an even, unhurried, uncomplicated tempo. Pura vida. Flow. ...
... instead of zooming through the forest at 65 km/hour hanging on a wire. We liked the Santa Elena Hikes the best. Thick jungle with enormous ferns and huge trees. Lots of flowers and birds, but the best was when we got back from the hike a 3-toed Sloth decided that the trees behind our Cabaņa were a nice place to hang out so we got an amazing up close view of the Sloth while it was slowly and carefully moving from tree to tree until it decided that he found ...
... of the undercover track to where we had been the day before with the camera, looking for mother sloth, but had no luck so turned around and kept searching on the way back. As he hit a popular hostel, he saw his first monkey and she had a baby too! After following her for a while there were 7 more monkeys, all swinging around all enjoying their natural habitat eating fruits from the trees. After a long time, he decided to move on with a heavy heart, there's only so many ...
Hola, y lo siento. (Hello and sorry).
I cant believe its been more than two weeks since I have written anything, I have been very busy studying spanish with a great teach Luis, I have to keep reminding him that I am on holidays and homework (Tarea) is not appropriate. My spanish is improving rapidly and I have been taking it out for a run at the local shops over the past week.
I am studying this week then heading off to ...