Hotel Ritmo Tropical
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... as we passed by. One more turn and we were back on the beach. Playa Hermosa. This is where a lot of people come to surf - and it was certainly a lot busier! Still, can't have been more than 50 people there. But even despite the people, it was still beautiful. And it was here that I had my first swim in the Pacific Ocean! It was fairly wavy and not conducive to swimming! So we just bobbed around, getting knocked over by the large waves! It was fun. After a while in ...
Mom went to the organic market in Montezuma and got produce. She had to speak spanish to buy the stuff.
We are all getting pretty good at using colones to buy things.
We are feeling healthier too. Tyler says he has more energy, Hannah isn't croupy, our skin feels soft and we are getting more exercise.
We walked to the island of the dead at low tide. It drops approx. 8 feet from high tide to low ...
... the enemy attacks daily with emotions of home-family-you-sickness (very rare for me), I am reassured and filled with surpassing joy and peace as I remember the promises of God. This is where I have been called to grow in physical strength, mental knowledge and intellect, and spritual power. I have been called not only to be healed, but to heal others, in Christ name, that those with disbelief, those who are hungry, lost, and lonely, may be filled by the ...
... Pacific Rift - which might as well be based on Mal Pais!
See here http://www.gametrailers.com/videos/zm8t uf/motorstorm-pacific-rift-debut-traile r if you've not seen the game. (but with less crashes of course! but a lot more dust!!)
Needless to say we hired a quad bike, and had great fun! [pics below]
Had a good adventure, visited the Cabo Blanco reserve, and saw a Coati Mundi near the reception, some sleeping bats, ...
... and they pass through the trees in our garden almost daily. The first set we saw were white faced capuchins. They are pretty inquisitive little things, and came within a couple of metres of our deck. They call to each other as they go, squeaking a quick 'I'm here' or 'I'm ok', and stopping to eat fruit, leaves and flowers. And the best part is that they look like they are wearing furry trouser suits :)
The second species were the howler monkeys, the ones with the haunting ...