Bella Vista Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... today as well. I want to take more pictures of the trees and nature around the place we are staying.
Right now, as I type this entry, it is 9:34 am.
Just before we left for Santa Elena, I took a walk down the hill to the fruit trees. I was able to get some tangerines and grapefruit. The smell of the fresh fruit is so nice.
... add to the already incredible beauty outside, we bore witness to a rainless lightning storm over the densely clouded hills as the sunset created a pink sky over the ocean. As the class began to wind down and the outside into darkness the contrast between night and light grew stronger. In another world, I spent over ten minutes softly gazing out into the flashing abyss, unblinking in a ten-count (inhale, retention, exhale, retention) breathing cycle bringing me to ...
... instructor and his girlfriend weren't with us again but I just thought they'd gone off on there own again so we all continued on. At one point we got to an area where the current was so strong we actually had to rock climb under water I.e. dragging ourselves along using whatever rock we could grab on to and even whilst doing this I basically looked like a human flag because it was that strong. To be honest it really wasn't that enjoyable, I felt like I was going to be ...
... stalking her, and pouncing towards her on the fence. It looked a lot like when our cats play, and the girl was about puma size, but it was close to feeding time so maybe it was less like cat playing with cat and more like cat playing with lizard. Most of the animals seemed content although the jaguar had the "I'm a bored cat in a cage" look, and one of the juagarinas (like a medium-large house cat) was crazy (the other seemed sane but was missing a ...
... in Coco every Friday night. However, this plan is dependant on her guitar accompanist, an American who is in love at age 60 with a 24 year old Costa Rican gal. Love has made him unreliable for some reason. By the way, Joan is also an artist – you already knew that, didn’t you? Oh, and about marriage – she could write three entire novels on the subject, but she is so good-looking I’m sure there will be a sequel some ...