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... After the pajama fiasco, we continued to meet people and then finally returned to the house and had some hot chocolate and cookies. Here, it's their 'winter' so hot chocolate is appropriate for this time of the year. We had a nice conversation about the educational system here (at least that's what I thought it was about) and now I'm laying in bed. It's currently 10:27 here, 11:27 in Wisconsin. Today was a very long day, and tomorrow will be too. But I look forward to ...
... phase experience on San Lucas, I felt pretty good about the prospect. I would be heading to Guayabo National Park, where we'd continue the work of Alpha and X-Ray 4, planting trees and maintaining the trails in the park. Guayabo is Costa Ricas most important archaeological site and though dwarfed by the Mayan ruins in other Latin American countries, it is nonetheless an interesting site. The National Monument opened in 1973 and would be celebrating it's 40th ...
So from December to March Mick & I managed to explore California, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua & Costa Rica.
We shared a blog, see below URL to read about our numerous adventures!
... 50 for the router he bought for our Wifi. I also had to get money for water and electricity from a different account. Here, when the ATM asks if you would like another transaction, you need to answer it quickly otherwise it eats your card. Lesson learnt. To cut the story short, 2 mornings of sitting in the bank was worth it. Success!
Great day Sunday. We spent the day at Silvia's (eating ...
... been here.
I’ve been catching up on this blog for quite some time now so I’m going to join Luis for a nap before getting ready for the big event at 6:00 tonight!!
More to come……..
The show tonight was really good although was not as well attended as we had
hoped but the ones who were there were quite excited and impressed with Luis’s
project. The painting was nine yards ...