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... in Costa Rica where prices are about 3 times more than in Nicaragua.
We wandered back into town for some dinner and settled for the Tree House, the restaurant was on the second floor of a building with the seating under a huge, big fig tree. The foliage of the tree was so thick it was hard to tell whether there was any roof or not although it probably didn't need it. The food was pretty good too and Maria was impressed with the Chilean wine.
... dinner. Our Officer is The Chief Staff Engineer, we are looking forward to the dinner. Monday 28th April - Puntaranus - Costa Rica Today our tour was Train, Boat and Bus. We were taken via bus to the train which was from the 1960's very quaint and very old. We were sitting there for ages then we were informed that we had to wait for one bus to return as one lady was still on the bus, didn't get off.???? What on earth, did she go to sleep or what where was the ...
We had made arrangements with Manfred, the manager of the hostel to take us to the San Carlos bus station at 5:00am to catch the bus to Montezuma. He was up and ready to take us and we were ready as well. Even at that hour, there were people up and moving, waiting for the bus, setting up their wares for the day. Busy street scenes everywhere. Fortunately, Robert said something to Manfred before we got to the bus station because he was heading to the ...
... Swing, Ziplining or Superman to see them, you may have to push play a few times - there are also a number of pics attached below - seemed like there was too many good ones not to share some of them). The nice thing about the canopy zipline is you really got a sense of the vastness of this place. On one of the ziplines, hawks were soaring nearby and you felt like one of them with the bird's eye view before you.
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... flying home from here this afternoon; I wish she could do another show for us. Her husband is also appearing on a cruise ship somewhere this week; he is Mark Preston who joined The Lettermen in 1984, left in 1988, rejoined in 2006 and left for a solo gig in 2011. I asked her if they ever perform together. She said their voices blended beautifully but that her man preferred to perform alone. His loss, I'd say.
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