Hotel Mirador Pico Blanco
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... in the car or it will be broken into and you will pay to fix the glass if you were negligent. He further explained this by noting that even with full insurance if the car window is broken while parked anywhere other than a guarded secure lot this is considered negligence and insurance does not pay. Jose then showed us the tread-less spare tire bolted to the back and said that if the tread was not this bad the tire would not come back with ...
... but I didn't bring anything to the island... :( Sad day... So to distract from the pain in my arms and my abs, I focused on the ocean water splashing up onto my already fried arms, making sure they would fry MORE.. super... At one point I broke down whining saying that I was in soooo much pain and was certain were weren't making any progress toward the beach when I looked back and saw Bambi with his legs up smiling and his hands ...
My hope was to visit everyone at my old volunteer site, Casa Díbá in Sabanilla. I really have missed everyone there. I really got to form meaningful relationships with a lot of the patients there. Now, I just have to find the place... My memory served me well enough to find the inconspicuous house. I yelled out at the gate (I really felt like a Tica at that moment) and felt foolish when no one answered. Then, a pair of ...
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 ...
11 hours later we are at last boarding the final part of the journey. Lets just say Easyjet seemed like BA 1st class compared to this rickety thing. 2 hours through, with no TV, no drink, no food and pretty much sharing a seat with a columbian bum an English looking face wondered down the aisle. Michelle couldnt help but follow this dark hair stranger and needless to say he ...