Delfin Beachfront Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids pool
- Room service
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... three locks.
18th April was a sea day. Not much of note happens on sea days. But I had a peculiar experience. At breakfast I was seated at a 8 person table which already had two couples seated at it, one couple were Canadians, and two couples were Americans. I sat down, leaving on place unoccupied.
We all introduced ourselves, and after a few minutes the Canadian lady said "where did your husband go, did he decide to ...
... on the way up to the waterfall. We saw a tiger heron fly in but were not able to get down to where he was fishing. Went up to the first set of cascades and sat and enjoyed the sound and sight of them. We also found a jesus lizard to enjoy while we were there. It was all very peaceful.
Decided to head back to Luna Llena after stopping to get some groceries. Fixed quesadillas with the ...
... once again reinforces the positivity of interactions with strangers that can occur in this world. When I left I realized I hadn't had breakfast and I was feeling a little woozy by the sight of my own blood. I was in Playa Carmen by this point which had cute little shops and restaurants. I had a watermelon smoothie and bought some supplies from the pharmacy to take care of my finger. Sallie was just finishing her ...
... we have spent 20 years working out how best to travel together! What a way to start but they seemed to be doing great. I was especially impressed when they said they biked to Valle de Bravo while in Mexico. Valle de Bravo is a beautiful lake town up in the MOUNTAINS. Maggie, the bride, was surprised I knew about the place and she said that the ride there did kill her. Anyway, they gave us their blog address and I will have to read ...
It is March already, which means we've been living in the Monteverde area for 2 months. The long span since our last blog post is indicative of many things, including busy school days, adjusting to our new home, plenty of ups and a few downs, and the the emergence of some kind of routine. At this point it feels like we have been here a long time, yet each day introduces us to something new about this very unique corner of the world.