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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... main house.
And we wake up on the second day to howler monkeys....howling. Apparently they howled all night and Amanda didnt sleep. We pop out for a look at first light and discover they were so loud because they were in the tree right beside our house. We watch for the next hour and the photo comp entrants look for the perfect shot. Entered are, well, everyone except me......who has a 7 inch tablet as a camera, Amanda....whose iphone has finally died, and Paolo.....who ...
... in our semi-retirement but I feel super good about the foundation I've been fortunate to acquire!
But as summer turned to late fall, we were more than happy to get our butts back to Costa Rica! We had an amazing non stop direct flight on WestJet from Toronto to Liberia. Best flight ever! With 700 pounds of checked luggage (a better choice for us than shipping our household belongings), and our dog Bella, we arrived in Liberia at noon on October ...
... that evening until nearly
10 then we turned in to start our first build day tomorrow!
One sad note. Gaylon and Rose received news that Gaylon's mother had taken a turn for the worse. After the 7 hour ride they needed to turn around and go back to try and catch a plane home as soon as possible. We prayed with them before they left for a safe journey home and for God to give comfort and strength to their family.
... so was all the touting really necessary? The route takes you down the river into the ocean and then around the coast to Drake Bay. The river is wide, covered in mangroves and full of water hyacinth rafts. It widens considerably as you get closer to the ocean. I hadn’t really read much about the trip so was very (un)pleasantly surprised to find out that to get into the ocean through the river mouth involves surfing up the incoming waves. On a ...
... in the gloom but nothing I could make out at first, but it came at us and made me think of a stealth bomber, it was the elusive Manta and it was HUGE. I checked with the guide after and he reckoned it was close to a thirty feet wing span, it was absolutely majestic as it swept past right in front of us. I always enjoy diving but occasionally I see something or do something that really makes it worth while, this was one such moment. Then of course it's like waiting for a bus, ...