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... their times at various resorts next week during their spring breaks. I hope our time at the resort tomorrow is relaxing and restful. I think there are parts of the group that need to be away from one another, and I think that we will all have a good time. So, the packing must continue. The rain has stopped, the temperature has dropped to 77 degrees, and the bug spray has begun to fumigate the air. Until tomorrow... PS: Cipro is the bomb. We were ...
... into San Jose to find a 24 hour pharmacy. He had been sick & had a wicked cough that had settled into chest. He says it was quite amusing because the doctor on call didn't speak a word of English. Although Andrew is fairly conversant in Spanish, apparently his vocabulary didn't extend to ailments. After a lot of pantomiming his symptoms, he was able to procure some prescription cough medicine which helped us all sleep much better our first night in Costa ...
... once the relevant permissions have been granted. Our morning commute was through the dense wet rain forest, spotting birds singing their morning song and mammals munching their breakfast. The work unfortunately did not provide the same satisfaction as the creation of a new path though, but we made the best of it and slogged away. We had an addition to our group too, when an injury made further trekking unfeasible; who then joined our daily housekeeping team in the other tasks of ...
... the number of fertilised and un-fertilised eggs she lays. On this occasion, this was my job! It's a pretty incredible experience being so close to such an ancient creature, being a part of the most difficult thing she'll ever do.
When all the measurements were taken, we sat back and watched her complete her work. Due to her size (almost 2 metres from head to tail!), she found the whole process exhausting, and was soon huffing and puffing like a whale clearing ...
... I was asleep in my bed when my bed started to shake. I was half asleep and didn't really fully process what was occurring. All my mind knew what to do at that moment was to stay in bed and pull the covers over my head and hope that the shaking would pass so i could return to sweet sleep. The next morning I wasn't confident in the reality of what had passed, but surely enough it was another freakin' temblor. 2 in 2 days ugh. This temblor business sure does get ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking