Hotel Cuesta Real
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... along slowly in the dinghy, taking in the
sights, when Rick spotted something dark in the water ahead of us. A small whale shark,
somewhere between 15 and 20 feet long; they routinely reach 45 feet long. What a thrill! As it
turned out, Waylon continued to cruise along the edge of the shallow water all afternoon and
came back again today. We will put our masks and snorkels in the dinghy and hope to get a
chance to swim with him. Or her. Hey Waylon ... wait up!
- The idea of 24/7 wifi and cell is foreign.
- Shells and driftwood on the beach are too routine to notice.
- Dinner preparation entails a discussion of whether to use propane, charcoal, or microwave.
- There is always a pot on the kitchen counter of Microdyn ionized silver to wash produce
- Bill has never ...
... came about 20 - 25 feet from us. We were shooting pictures as fast as we could, trying to capture what we were seeing. Amazing, the pictures don't do justice to the wonderful sight of 10 or more dolphins playing. They came completely out of the water for us quite a few times.
We also got up close on some pelicans on the backside of Isla Pitpaya which were amazing. We tried our luck fishing off the ...
... how they get a "CH" out of Switzerland. He gave us a ride in the car and I was sitting in the backseat. The leather was tooled with tiny x shaped punch marks that let the air slowly escape as you sat down. The speedometer was in Kilometers. Instead of being a dial, it was a bar like a barber pole and it would change colors when you went faster. First stripped green, then stripped yellow, then stripped red. Uncle ...
... we have a big storm and the cable goes out, the electric goes out, the roads don't get plowed and we get to camp out at home and cozy up to the fireplace, play games, read books all for a few days and then everything pretty much gets back to normal.
Here, it is definitely a constant reminder that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, just wait. And when it does go wrong, there is very little to do but wait. Wait ...