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... We cooked a cheap and turned out pretty nasty dinner of pasta and sauce before meeting some friends, Magda and Caitlyn in a bar. They were accompanied but some crazy but legendary Canadian guy called Hansen who looks like Mr Chow from the Hangover movie! We actually know about 10 people here now, people we've met on the way. So if they all turn up to Sunday Funday tomorrow (which would be silly not too) it should be a ...
... in this part of the World which made it easy to frequently forget that Christmas was even approacing! No classic Christmas songs, no decked out shops, no Christmas shopping, no Christmas TV, and no cold weather, although there were a few small decorations and plastic trees about, Christmas was just a date on the Calendar for us.
Despite this we still booked to have Christmas dinner at a local pub, consisting of turkey, roast potatoes and some of the trimmings. Before heading ...
Today was another travel day, this time to San Juan del Sur, a surf town in the south of Nicaragua. It is our last stop before we go to the rainforest for 4 weeks! After the beach party last night, we had only had 4 hours sleep so the 3 buses it took us to get to San Juan were pretty painful! This was only added to when the roast vegetable and pesto baguette I ...
... You can exit the bus where you like, just tell the driver beforehand.
Getting to Tamarindo - Ask the driver to drop you in Liberia. You’ll be dropped near McDonalds. Walk back past McDonalds and turn left at the lights, you’ll see a bus stop across the road. Wait for a bus with Tamarindo on the front. I was charged $6, double the price, as I had a backpack!!! 2 hours later you are in Tamarindo. It is the last stop for this ...
... my horse again, FINALLY, after months of barfing and bed rest and growing twins and lactating like a nanny goat. But Robin, my doctor, wasn't excited to hear about my return to horseback riding.
“Really?” she asked incredulously, and looked at me like she'd forgotten that horses are my very favorite thing in the world.
“Yep!” I bragged. “It was awesome.”
She looked nonplussed. Maybe even disgusted. She ...