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Today, Costa Rica was really trying to entice us to stay. The day started with a last breakfast at Mar Inn with Anthony and Tatiana. We took pictures, passed on thank you cards, and mentioned to Anthony that Paul and josh had not yet seen a perisosa (sloth). He thought we might have a chance seeing one out our back patio - he had heard a bird out there that morning that usually made pestering noises when the sloth was around. (Anthony and Tatiana lived ...
... know you're not only supporting a local business, but you're also helping to support a very nice family.
The kids had another great day surfing and boogie boarding today. Probably the last surfing of our trip since we leave for Montezuma tomorrow which is known more for its snorkeling and waterfalls than surfing. Should be another adventure heading to Montezuma too. We are leaving the rental car at a local's ...
Just a really quick note tonight to reassure family and friends that we arrived safe in Costa Rica around 12:30 today. Great flights and care via WestJet (as usual)... we also had amazing flying weather! Clear skies, you could see the ground or ocean most of the way, just a few beautiful white fluffy clouds for contrast:-)
Customs was a breeze despite the great quantity ...
... Jeff Sargent, hiking on horrible terrain on 1 leg and crutches, decided to inspire his team by maneuvering down the steep hill to the river across rocky and uneven terrain, mossy rocks, and steep path on the final leg of the journey. His effortless movement with the crutches inspired his team to jump onto the rocks by the river in celebration. Bob Furlo decided to scout for a better ...
... hour traffic. Now over an hour late, we spotted T waiting outside of the arrivals door. We made our way back to Highway 27, and I’d guess that the entire population of San Jose’ had decided to go the same way we were, and road crews were still paving and blocking lanes well past dark. The sunset was still remarkable, as watched from our dirty car windows as we slowly crossed through the mountains back to the west coast. This drive is ...