Hilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport
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... I wasn’t going to ride until around 7am. After
breakfast I fed the chickens, ducks and turkeys then checked on the Emu eggs in
their incubator. As I walked back from this task Oscar came trotting by, bare
back on a bay mare with a chestnut gelding in tow. I stopped in to the cabin to
gather my camera and water for the ride! Once I got over to the workshop Oscar
had already saddled up both horses and said the bay ...
... br> pulled, into my sleeves, into my gloves…the little *(insert swear word of your
choice)* stung so bad when they bit but they were so tiny it was impossible to
feel them on your skin until it was too late.
Soon, however, I started to learn what their hives looked like and I
could pull the weeds near them quickly and move on before they found me.
Luckily the stinging only lasted a moment and was neutralized by water so I was
... terrier mix, had stayed inside with me
for a while but she wanted to get outdoors once he heard his pack barking at
something. Ernesto has seven dogs and a
handful of cats, he said they are necessary because he had a problem with
Jaguars taking his goats and he needed the dogs to protect the stock. And the
cats to keep the mice at bay, although I don’t think they are working to ************ight since two of them are sitting with me while ...
... deal on rooms/food/transport and the main one, what are we going to do? Costa Rica is a richer country with more advanced infrastructure which is apparent straight away. No chicken buses round here which actually turns out to make travelling slower in an ironic twist as the organised (and even displayed) bus timetables mean more waiting in between sections. Although there is something comforting about waiting in a bus station or shelter as opposed to the ...
... and thus a relief. There was the niggling thought in the back of my mind that our bus driver may have decided the wait was just too long and abandoned ship which would have left us transportationless and two hours from our end destination. And considering I couldn't get ahold of them stateside, we were flying on faith that there would be someone to meet us. My Plan C in this instance was to take the local bus, which would ...