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... stole a glance to my left. Nobody. Should I just go for it? Almost giggeling in excitement, I took off my shorts and let them fall down my legs into the dark sand, soon followed by my t-shirt. With a beating heart I stepped into the Pacific Ocean, the whitewater playing around my ankles, then pushing against my chest. It was hard to remain standing against the massive power of the waves, ...
... if they had beer and he acted offended. He sneered, noting the diapers in my hands and said loudly for his co-worker's benefit, "Que? Panales y cerveza? No." What? Diapers AND beer? No. I laughed nervously, not sure if he was joking, but then I realized, he wasn't going to sell me beer even if he had it. I just bought the diapers. I went to a market further down the street and bought two beers.
We headed back to Paraiso Carlisa, ...
... we were here but we could go out in the afternoon. After nap we were going to take the bicycles around town and see if we could find Melissa's office.
We had taken two of the bikes out the day we arrived to try and find where Melissa's new office was located.
policemen out on patrol did not know where her new office was we think
they said that besides it was Sunday and would not be open.
... house! What a treat. Parrots would actually fly up into trees right by the house so we were able to get some great shots of them.
Visiting and catching up over wine, vodka and orange juice, and began preparing for our dinner. Craig used his pressure cooker to cook a local bean than is similar to a pinto, then pressure cooked some beets while I worked on the salad. Robert was busy uploading pictures taking a moment every now and then to capture one more ...
... on the Parrita
River to be a fun and a not so strenuous whitewater rafting adventure.
As the Coastal highway heads south, and you will leave Parrita for
Aguirre canton when you cross the Rio Damas.
Parrita hasn't become a tourist holiday town yet, but retains the
character and charm of small town Costa Rica. Credit for this belongs to
the wonderful, friendly, and helpful people of the ...