San Lorenzo Inn
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... for our apartment, but really, its just a lightbulb. Problem is...that light is way up there! Jeff scouts around and find an extension ladder in the carport. Hmmm, the garage door is locked so there is no way to manuver the ladder into the house unless...
We very carefully bring the ladder in through the bedroom window. It is nearly impossible to get it into the bathroom but somehow, after several failed attempts, we do. The ladder is too wide to ...
... finished his business at the window and motions us forward. I think we've been adopted which is okay because he knows the word for stamps.
Holy ****! Postcard stamps to the US are $1.25 each! I buy 10 for the ones in my pocket and 10 for the postcards we just bought. The nice man turns out to be a local lawyer. We thank him and go our separate ways.
Wonder of wonders, we find our way back to where the bus dropped us off without getting lost ...
... t. It is as though the owner couldn't decide what to do.
It is certainly a nice place with lots amenities, like a bathtub, and a washer and dryer out back on the patio, but honestly it is a let-down from San Ramon. Our back view is a very small yard and a concrete wall. I can see the shower head in the bathroom of the condo above us; out the front door there is the street and other condos facing us. Though the ...
... wild at last count. We crossed a suspension bridge over the river to get there. On the way there it started to sprinkle and before long we had our umbrellas up. We got to see four Macaws chasing each other and setting up quite a racket. Right after they took off, the heavens let loose and we headed back . Just before the bridge we saw four peccaries getting out of the wet under the overhang of a building. When we got back ...
... Costa Rica and nearer to the Caribbean coast. A much wetter area but good for birds and wildlife. Our accommodation, Posada AndreaCristina is a family business (Paul and Sheila, I think you went on a guided walk with Alex Martinez, the owner when you stayed at Selva Lodge?) just outside the area of La Selva Biological Station, which is privately run by a consortium of Universities.
Kevin, Alex's son, took us out birding early one morning and we saw about ...