Travel Blogs from Villa Neily
... is home to the worlds longest whale migration period. You can see whales here the majority of the year. Even better, there's a natural peninsula type thing that appears at low tide called the whale's tail. It's a bunch of rocks joined to the shore by a sand bar that happens to look exactly like a whale's tail. We took a photo that gives you the gist when we walked out there, but you can only really appreciate the shape from the air, so I've included a google images photo ...
Bamboo kitchen table and 3 chairs
Electric range with smooth top
Dining Area Seats:
... my 2 entries fail to get a mention. A blow up crocodile in a dry river bed taken at night and a photo titled Aunty minxie and granny skinny dipping in pool didnt seem to cut the mustard....
**** camera category
A category especially for me...it pays to be married to one of the judges! And I play my trump card to ensure victory. This tactic pays off and my armadillo wins the category easily. It does help that only one other photo is entered!
Almost a year to the day ...
... Manuel Antonio in a comfortable air conditioned van, the road climbs up through the jungle past the hotels and cafes to the busy little city of Quepos. From there you leave the busy life of the ci behind and travel through palm nut plantations, small communities and cross several rivers along the way. Many of the small communities are in a horseshoe with a soccer field in the front and the highway on the fourth leg.
One of the ...
The Tica bus to Panama City traveled through the night from San Jose. It left Costa Rica at 11pm. I was in the luxury bus, which means you get a small pillow and small blanket. You definitely need the blanket because the buses are freezing. They have the air conditioner cranked up to the max! I may have to invest in a warm "night bus blanket" because I was so cold. I must have gotten some sleep though because the 5 hours ...