Campo La Herradura
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... big regional shifts in population. During holidays and peak periods it’s absolutely crazy but during other times it’s really quiet. When we arrived it was like a ghost town we literally didn’t see anyone until the evening when it came a bit more alive as it was a weekend. It’s apparently very popular for local tourists but is unknown to foreigners. It has a very unique micro-climate and lots of people come here ...
... bones --their feet beat out the rhythm--sometimes bouncing in their seats---as they sing along.
Dancers literally float across the floor waving their white scarfs in graceful, dramatic gestures that make you wish you'd been born to this ...
... we used to do with AFS, when you got two sheets of butchers paper, scissors, string and pens and had to make a costume, without speaking. They did really well and 5 great outfits. I do have photos on my phone but haven't been able to download them yet!!! A small technical hitch I am working on!!!
At the end of the session, I was advised there was a surprise for me.
... much kisses and greetings and the bride duly arrived on time with Charlies two little twin neices leading the way down the ilse although it was heard one to comment she wanted to go home. The parents support the bride and groom at the Church service.
The ceremony was very quick and we were soon off to the reception at a resort just south of Santa Rosa.
We were greeted my many tent type structures with white couches and ...
... enough to jump in. We spent several hours in the water, getting burnt and unaware to us, being eaten alive by the mosquitos.
On the third day, we spent mostly itching our bites like a pair of flee-ridden dogs. James even got bitten twice on his forehead! Of the evening we went out with 2 BA kids from the hostel who enjoyed English company talking about Queen.