Hotel Mirador Pico Blanco
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... for her anymore which was a shame. We’d ended up spending a lot less time in Costa Rica than we originally thought, but as prices have increased so much since I was last here, and we’d done most of our wildlife watching in the much cheaper neighbour, Nicaragua, we made our way to the border between Costa Rica and Panama on the Panamerican Highway having had a great week visiting some old friends and meeting their new families in Costa Rica. We arrived at ...
... Tours where we meet our group travelling on the same itinerary. The group was varied -- there's 39 of us, mostly people from US and 2 from Canada (we from Toronto and a Mother-Daughter from Ottawa).
... of the water is either rain water or from the lakes and streams.
-You rarely see a lawn mower. Sometimes they use a weed-eater but most of the time they cut grass, by hand, with a machete.
-Almost all of the Guatemalan people use an open air fire for cooking.
-Many places don't have electricity. Most still have dirt floors.
-Outside of the cities, even the major highways are bad and often not paved. The ones that are ...
... without any of the guards seeing (I'm such a bad ass haha). The museum itself was beautiful and the grounds had a lot of interesting sculptures. The best part about it was that it was free. Back at the casa, my host mom was entertaining her friend, Darling and her son, John-Paul. I met them both before at a birthday party of one of Ricardito's classmates. We ate tamales, a typical Costa Rican dish of Navidad. It's made ...
The Tascan Family is an industrious bunch. Nuria has a boutique at the front of their home. She sells dressy clothing for parties, weddings, baptisms, first communion, and the very special feast called Cincuenta, which is when a girl turns 15.
Luis is mostly retired, but he still has a small office in the home. He is an attorney.
Their daughter, Leilyn, is a dentist. Her office is ...