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Hello there Girls and Boys bored enough to read about our little trip. Let me welcome you and thank you for your visit.
Sheena and Andy got married on October 10th, 2009 and wanted to tackle South America on their honeymoon. The scope of the enormity of South America and the time they had to spend didn't really match up. Instead, they …
... clean their respective plates.
After a restroom break and a bit of treasure hunting in the shop, we pile back onto the bus and head on down the road. A bulk of the road trip to this point has been on a larger highway cut right through the mountains. It’s amazing to see how much care has gone into assuring rockslides do not endanger travelers. Concrete has been poured over much of the exposed rocky areas, creating giant paved hills and where they have not ...
... brought him home. We talked in the house since Cynthia wasn't feeling well. Henry and don jose chatted. Don Jose thinks he's chispa. I drove him home in Grecia. He told me all the way about his projects, how he's dreaming with becoming a relevant telecommunication player in costa rica. I believe him. He also told me about his closeness to God and him leaving drugs, weed and alcohol. He's a good friend. I drove back on my ...
... quarters of the population will be watching it on TV - that's nearly 4 million Ticos!! Vamos Ticos Vamos!
Last week was not a good week for Morgan so this week we decided to have the week together and just chill. On Friday night, the flood gates opened and out came 5 weeks of sadness. It's so hard for him to sustain focus in class as the sensation of drowning in Spanish is sometimes too ...
... morning we breakfasted and took off for Volcan Poas national park; maybe a 40 minute drive away. We had a lovely 20 minute walk up to the top where we could see down into the massive crater. It smelled slightly of sulphur and the liquid in the crater was a milky blue colour. We walked a little further up to the now inactive crater that had now become a massive lake. It looked exactly like the one from the James Bond film Goldeneye! Walking down again Mum and ...
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