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... go to bed as she was catching the cold that I had and almost everyone else in the group has. I stayed behind as well and had drinks and chatted with the others who stayed behind. We debated going back to the rodeo but you had to pay this time to watch the bulls and I didn't want to go dance. We finished off the left the left over alcohol from the pot luck and went to bed. Nothing too crazy. Gina has many more pictures from today, I didn't bring my camera on any of the ...
We met up with Joyce, Tom and the rest of the gang outside the restaurant just before 7.30 and had a very nice dinner with the plus two of their trivia companions. I had the mushroom tart, salmon and salad and a grand marnier soufflé. Doug also had the tart and the soufflé but chose calamari as his main course.
Tired, we headed back to our cabin … another early start tomorrow - Oh Boy !!!
... their job, who don't get to see "whats out there". In the jungle, with all the steep stairs we had to climb or slippery slopes we walked around, I just thought "this is why you have to travel young because there is no way I'm waiting until I'm 50 or 60 when I'm close to retiring to see this place. I wouldn't have been able to if my body is older and can do less." I still salute the young ones who have made a living and make a lot of money, ...
On the Costa Rican Pacific Coast, Puntarenas ("sand point" in Spanish) is the capital and largest city in the Puntarenas province. This city sits on a narrow peninsula but is not itself that much of a treat. I was preceded here by Hermán Ponce de Leόn back in 1519. Near here at Guanacaste in 2012, and before that in 2009 at San José, the capital city, I have many fond memories of Costa Rica.
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... walk the rain came in so we made our way back to the hotel. We stayed there all afternoon as the rain didn't let up. When the rain stopped in the evening we went into Santa Elena town to have something to eat. We ended up plumping for the Tree House, which has a proper tree growing through the middle of it. Chuckle of the evening came thanks a group of americans on the table opposite. We overheard one asking another 'this mouse de chocolate, what's that?' ...
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