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... I did read some books and a magazine while I was on the hammock.
I found this one magazine that was especially interesting. I even took some pictures of it. Even though the magazine was dated for 2006, I still enjoyed reading it.
It is currently 11:01 pm. I am writing in this blog, posting my pictures on the internet and checking my e-mail. I think I will get ready for bed quite soon as I am getting tired.
The Adventure continues.... ...
... US -- nothing like in El Salvador.
The Ticos are fewer, some 4.5 million, and come from a richer country (twice the GDP per capita of Nicaragua). They have a long tradition of universal education and democracy. Their economy has long relied on high value agriculture -- starting with coffee and now extending to rice, pineapple, sugar cane, oil palm. The fact that coffee was grown in many small estates ...
... park & we see horses in the middle of the road with one man herding them. This region of Costa Rica is known for cowboys. I had never driven a car through this many horses and it made me nervous.
Made it to the parking lot, yeah, there were other cars, too! A local man came up to our car and we knew he must be a guide. We told him that we wanted to do the hike to Blue Lake & La Cangrejo Waterfal, ...
... amp; over looked the ocean. It was a beautiful sunny day.
It wasn't the fancy breakfast buffet, but we had grapefruit juice, toast with blackberry jam, bacon & two eggs over easy. The yolk of the eggs down here are just so yummy, thick & orange...I know, weird description!
Sent Jeff off to his snorkeling adventure & promised to be right behind him to get photos. I actually felt like ...
... We had the springs to ourselves with only one other and it was so relaxing. I have never felt so clean. Morgs went from hot pools to a cold plunge twice. Braver than me. During our travel, Morgs has a knack of making friends with all and sundry. The bartender at the wet pool was definitely up for a chat with this Aussie kid. : ) We caught the last bus out of town to Tilaran - the town that I arrived to from Australia ...