Cabinas Pedro Miguel
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... Little boy, the type that wouldn't know any better really, but thankfully he didn't kick it all over her.
That night was uneventful and the next morning we hung out at the pool trying to catch some rays before heading for lunch and then hopping on the bus to head back to San Jose where we had our last group dinner at an Argentinian Steak House which was very good. I found out what chimichurri is! Very tasty. ...
... When we got to the hotel in Manuel Antonio and we went to the beach to hang out, and the water was SO warm! The warmest ocean water I've ever swam in. Then, we went back to the hotel, showered, changed, shopped, ate snacks in our room (waaaaay too many), ate dinner/dessert, and now I'm laying in bed. I'd say it was a pretty good day! ¡Pura Vida! ...
... took a very long shower while Greg walked to the grocery store and got us snacks because we hadn't eaten since lunch at 2:00. We ate our snacks and we were exhausted. The room was so cold from the AC so I tried turning it off. It wouldn't then off so, we decided to leave it on and deal with being cold. I mean, we couldn't complain we were pretty much given this beautiful room we couldn't pick it apart and be unhappy about it being "too cold" so at about 3/4:00 in the ...
... made it impossible. I made sure to tell everyone who got into the water in the general area to grab anything plastic that they may step on because it meant so much to us.
As we gave up and walked out of the water one of the beach chair/weed dealers giggled a little looking at out snorkels and offered for a small fee to take us somewhere where we could actually see fish, and I felt the need to justify the gear and our ridiculous location with telling him what we were ...
... had an accident. The indigenous people use these ropes strung in trees to cross the river. The ropes hang a basket and you pull yourself across in the basket and get out on the other side. The banks of the river are near vertical and rise up 50 feet or so. Apparently Dave went to get out of the basket, kicked off with his back foot and the basket started back across the river. He took a giant step off onto nothing, and broke his clavicle, both arms and wrist. They shipped him off to ...