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Travel Blogs from Province of Guanacaste
... into the springs so it was like a natural massage! So yeah that was real nice. Oh but then, it started to rain. And when I say rain, let's remember it's monsoon season hear so it's rain on steroids. We also had dinner at Baldi and they actually had to take us up in little golf carts because the rain was so intense! And dinner was, you guessed it, muy bien! Tomorrow is another early day but we will be doing a lot of fun things so it's totally worth ...
... stop for some drinks (rum and coke comes in cans here!) - and headed off 20 minutes outside of town to a nearby river. We were told to leave all our belongings in the van. Clothes and shoes included!! So just in a bikini, had to walk along the side of the road for a while, then down a dark path to a river. Once we got there, it was awesome! A river, surrounded by jungle. In the dark, just with torches and the guide brought some candles! It was so nice and warm! The current ...
... other English
speaking students who were all in the same situation as me. I built deep bonds
with these people and I remember crying on the plane home at the end of the
trip. I traveled to Colorado with my two
best friends, and I cried the day they left and I was suddenly more alone than
I had ever been before…but I wasted no time in building a new life in Colorado
and looking back making the move here was the best decision of my life. This
... sun back lit the clouds for
a dramatic view.
It has been raining most of today so I fear I will not be able to take a walk or a run...I downloaded a couple of Yoga audio classes...Bodaciouse Beyonce Booty and Put your Hands in the Ayer yoga, they sounded silly and fun, could be a good way to get my workout indoors. The way they feed me here I need to keep working out! Norma vowed to make me fat before I left!
... mind I can jot some notes and attempt to let the thought rest…so I can rest.
the rain became lighter, “pelo de gato” or “hair of the cat” is a phrase used
to describe the frequent misty light rain in the region. I gulped down the last
of my coffee, cleaned my dishes and had a short conversation with Omar while doing so. Yes a conversation! My Spanish is improving. We ...