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... computers downstairs. I am working on my travel blog and we are both posting our pictures on facebook. It was quite relaxing.. just sitting downstairs.. playing on our laptops.. listening to the radio.
We were able to see another wonderful sunset tonight. The views from this cottage are terrific with top of the notch sunsets. Joanne and I both love taking pictures of them.
When we returned to ...
... and tough, but the views were amazing. And, I saw a wild tucan! Score!
Once I finally arrived at the residence, I walked in the dark to the nearest supermarket. This town has a a much better set up for walking. There are some side walks, and everything is much closer together so walking at 6:30 at night is not a problem. I made myself some beans, eggs, potatoes and salad and spent a record breaking $12.00 on my purchases. Off to bed. Sleepy ...
... Consha. Amy and I were surprised at how….not that nice it was, but we set up our towels none the less. We then found out we were about 50 yards down a hill from the actual beach. What a difference! It was soooo nice. Like….the really light blue water and everything. I obviously had to buy a coconut and drink from that bad boy. Way better than Coca Vita (Sorry Will). I then rented some snorkeling gear for a couple of hours and was all about looking at the shells on ...
... every hill. As soon as Phillipe's hooves hit the beach sand. Vamanos! Vamanos! Vamanos! We went from bring up the rear to winning the Triple Crown. Now, my horse riding experience was very limited. I now feel like an expert after my crash course.
Today was absolutely fantastic. As I continue to truck along on my journey like Phillipe and I did, I have come up with some rules of travel.
Rules of the Road:
1. Let ...
For those of you who have not caught up on your Costa Rican fast facts, I'll give you a few quick facts courtesy of the BBC: