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... one of his bracelets so that Romero could give me a present. He tied it on my wrist for me and kissed my hand goodbye. Me reminding him that he was only 13 years old didn't seem to stop him from reassuring me that he would love me forever and come and find me in Costa Rica....
I had an AMAZING salad first, it was a plate full of cucumbers and avacados, peppers, and tomatoes covered in some sort of garlic and oil dressing. Then Bambi and ...
... the road out here. That would make a tremendous difference to the access. At present the bus takes 2 1/2 hours to travel 25 miles. It has been agreed but the start date is not known.
However, the lifestyle is very basic, as in the village around it. There are few facilities apart from a well, wifi and a blender for fruit smoothies, (the banana & coconut is delicious). Clothes washing is done at a stone sink and in the restaurant/social area ...
... hotel and the price was $30 a night!
The first night we explored a little, ate at an American owned restaurant- complete with a packer flag! And then we hit the hay early because we were so tired from our travels.
The next day we got up and explored the city. There are tons of old colonial churches to see, but none of them have all of the gold and silver like you see in Europe.. obviously because all of the riches were sent back ...
... but the ice cream men usually charge my boys about $.60,
so even if they are ripping us off, we don't care.
to most of places that we want to go, usually either to school or to downtown,
we turn right out the gates of our hotel, and walk towards the nun statue.
If we leave after about 6pm, we pass a grandmotherly woman who sits
on the stoop across from our hotel. She always catches my eye and
waves and I wish that I could ...
... continued on to Granada. We reached Granada at 3:45pm. My feet had swollen like I had been on a long plane ride after today's journey. We went for a walk around town and it is a beautiful colonial town. We wandered around and then found a cheap place for happy hour along the main pedestrian strip. Mojitos were 40 cordoba which comes to around 1.75 and they were 2 for 1. We sat here for drinks for a few hours before dinner. ...