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Last night was a little bit too much fun. I won't be having any red wine tonight. We went to a local bar for one of Bambi's friend's birthday party. I almost signed up to join the barefoot hula hoopers (basically a bunch of hippies who bounce around the town hula hooping).. They do mushrooms though, and I said I would be the weird one who would be happy and crazy without the drugs but everyone at the bar told me it wouldn't work. ...
I just got back from an incredible Zumba class with Rhea Lynn, and Bambi is cooking us dinner. I am super nasty and sweaty and sitting on a suede couch... Why would any one buy a SUEDE couch for a place where you are constantly sweating or wet?! Why would anyone SELL them!? So weird...
I also have a zit the size of Rhode Island on my left cheekbone. I actually think it is 4 zits combined and possibly a mosquito bite too. It is ...
... would have it that it was two guys from the US who live in Samara who told us a roundabout way to get there instead. We followed them to a turn off where they were heading down to a beach to surf. We ended up going to check out this beautiful beach that the locals go to and Mel Gibson owns a house on. After a short stop, we headed for our detour as it gets dark at 6pm and we weren't sure how far we had to go.
Samara was a small, relaxing town. It's only a couple of streets, ...
... change to see expanses of white sand and lovely, big, frothy waves. .
We went to Villa Real first to drop off our gear. It is a purpose built condo for the engineering crew who work for Hacienda Pinilla - a huge suburban development for wealthy foreigners who spend some months of the year living in Costa Rica. It is at the end of a corrugated, dirt road that runs from the small town of Pinilla to the coast. It's odd ...
... suit. We eventually finished and I realised I was going to have to now tie our object to the lift bag. I was shaking so much that I thought it would be more likely that I would be able to rub two sticks together and start a fire under the water then tie two knots. Thankfully Martin did them for me, probably because he thought I would probably take 100 years to do them again and would drown in the process. I could only just manage to press the purge button on Laura's alternate ...
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