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... a bit at the jungle lodge, but not enough worth mentioning. There is was just light flickering a bit but if it gets too wet, the land will slump and take out a power pole or two and then they have to make do without for a while until it can be fixed. And yes, it was still raining during the tour. We arrived in la Fortuna, booked our adventures and returned to the hotel to chill out before dinner. Except me and Pamela. Using the excuse that I needed to sort out our hotel in Samara (which ...
... it was incredible, the lighting made the volcano silhouette in the distance and as we climbed off our little boat another minivan was waiting to collect us, the plan had come together I couldn't be happier because it could have been a ver expensive mishap if not. The driver asked us where we where saying and because it was part of the surprise for Stuie I showed him my phone screen so he could read the name. He looked back at me and smiled with ...
... would be my ride. I
am not sure of the breed of horses here, but they remind me of Morgans, they
are petite and powerful. It was easy to climb onto Maya, she wasn’t a tall horse
and she was well mannered. The dogs excitedly raced out ahead of us as we went
through the tunnel of palms that mark the driveway for Simpre Verde. We
followed the road a short time before turning off onto a narrower road, then
off on ...
... my hands, legs, arms and feet and make the stinging stop.
finished weeding at the same time that Ernesto pulled back in from his trip to
town. I helped him and Oscar get the calf standing to give him his afternoon
dose of medications. After this we took a break for lunch. Ernesto and I
discussed innovation and opportunity. We made plans to host my food
preservation workshop at Siempre Verde, he loved the idea and wanted to be ...
... A male and female
silver tabby, the male is sitting next to me in a chair watching me very
intently…it is actually getting a little creepy. The female is sitting behind
me purring for no apparent reason, her tongue still sticking out after she was
grooming. I am glad to have them in here with me as I listen to the bats
chatter in the ceiling. It is getting late and I am sure I will be awoken
early; the chicken coop is not far from my room. ...