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... Margarita Pasión Especial, I prefer the coconut drink but, when I return for some more quality R&R next weekend... I gotta try some different drinks and have a sushi lunch at the pool Barr too! Not much later, I had to pack by bags and checkout... I did catch the first part of the Argentina vs Germany world cup final before getting on my bus... ¡Vamos Alemania! Voy al Monteverde para continua mis estudias de ...
... monkeys which were fascinating! One jumped off the tree and landed close to me and starred...I ran! Then we saw another rare looking bird that was bright blue but I could not find the name of it! Some of the other people on our tour saw snakes- I am glad we did not see snakes! After a very long action packed day we are knackered! Our group are having tea at 7 but we could not last that...we had ...
hour and half, and we are below sea level here. Once the pies came out I left
them to cool and prepared coffee, ran to the corner store for some vanilla ice cream
and made a sweet buttered rum sauce to drizzle over the top.
It was all a big hit! I promised to translate and print the
recipe before leaving.
Sunday was supposed to be a day with the girls at Cano
Negro, but unfortunately Tanya’s sister fell ill and she had to rush to ...
... volcanos! Miravalles, Tenorio and
Santa Maria! Today I walked the route I had been running, when I run I only
bring my phone and I wanted to bring my camera and binoculars. I had stopped on
my runs to listen to birds singing high in the trees but could never see who
was singing. I don’t know what it was about today but for some reason every
bird around was in the trees long this road! The trees have a ...
... with his old friends in town. It was the night before the elections
so the bars all closed early. After riots in the past on election days a law
was passed that no alcohol could be sold on election day…imagine if the US did
this to stop riots after sporting events! Most his friends could speak at least
a little English but most of them are in University or living elsewhere and
just returned to their hometown to vote. ...