Hotel Le Bergerac
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... songs and dances for us and we played games with them.My little friend was Gracie, 5 years old, full of spunk! Very affectionate and loved her picture taken. I was able to have a very basic conversation with her in Spanish! Favourite colour? How old are you? Any brothers and sisters? The tour company, Overseas Adventure Travel has a Foundation that has projects in local communities. The school we visited has been in this program for one year ...
... it picked up, and then was packed around 1ish. our meal took forever. like 2 hours... it's definitely not rushed like back home. but we got to people watch and enjoy the weather so, not all bad! After lunch, we walked to a park and looked around then decided to head to another park. there was a man in the first park who kept walking by us and kind of gave me a weird vibe. as we were walking i noticed that he was behind us about a block... ...
... largest crocodiles in the world, taste the best ice cream, or find little hidden treasures along the road side. And I'm not exaggerating when I say some of the largest in the world. Imagine a normal crocodile and then pump it full of steroids, then you get half the size of crocs that we saw. Casey was about as big as it's head. I'm just glad we were on the bridge above them and not in the water. We won't have easily been dessert for them! The ...
... a bit grumpy - legs were wobbly and giving out, big toenails were bruised and felt like they were going to fall off. My girl, Erin Wright once told me 18km was her limit for hiking in a day. If she has to hike more, she chants "mac 'n cheese" to get her to the end. Since I can't really eat mac 'n cheese and we are in CR, we started chanting "refried beans" to get us through. Each kilometer felt like ten miles. But we got through.
Jill, Casa ...
... dropping Iguazu falls which left us vibrating with energy from the sheer size and power of this natural creation. I think Buenos Aires will still be up there at the end of our travels as one for the top cities we've ever visited; the romance of the tango, the darkness of the melungas, the bustling Sunday market and the steak (for Ali!), coffee and ice cream, not to mention our expanding waistlines!
We only got to sample a small chunk ...